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Apr 22, 2015 by Mohssen Esseesy (esseesym)
CLAS 4111 : Capstone Study
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Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Classical Studies
Classical Studies (CLAS)
Programs referencing this course
CLAS-BA: Classical Studies
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Classics and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (CLAS)
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Junior or Senior Status Only; Classical Studies majors only
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F-T Classical Studies Faculty
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The capstone study seminar enables junior or senior majors to design, in consultation with a Classical Studies faculty member, a culminating project aligned with their interests, previous curricular experience, and/or future goals. The results of a student’s capstone study is submitted as a written report and shared with all Classical Studies majors in a presentation that might include written, oral, and/or digital formats. Capstone studies should demonstrate that a student can locate and evaluate information about the ancient world in both traditional and digital forms and present his or her findings clearly and logically.
(1) In cooperation with a Classical Studies program faculty member, design and complete a Capstone Study aligned with student’s individual interests, previous curricular experience, and/or future goals; while a thesis option is available, if agreed upon by the student and the faculty supervisor, the Capstone project might be nontraditional—e.g. creation of a website or power point presentation. (2) Demonstrate capacity to locate and evaluate information about the ancient world in both traditional and digital forms. (3) Present findings both in clear and logical written form and in an oral presentation at a final Capstone Seminar meeting of Classical Studies majors.
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Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
This course does not replicate any course currently available in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. It will provide a capstone for Classical Studies majors, as required by CCAS.
Course Syllabus will conform to the template of a Capstone study syllabus required for each registration in this course. The template of the syllabus is attached.
CCAS - GCR: Humanities
Course Reviewer Comments
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 22:46:30 GMT
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