Students in all majors design, complete, and submit an integrative project. The project comprises implementation of the project design developed in BACP 3450. The integrative project requires: clear problem definition; gathering high-quality relevant evidence; analyzing and evaluating evidence, data, and information; developing findings (e.g., conclusions, recommendations, decisions, results, observations, inferences, solutions, etc.); and crafting arguments to explain how and why these findings were reached, and why the findings are valid. The project focuses on utilizing background knowledge or skills developed throughout the BACP, integration of evidence, applying critical thinking skills, and presenting a coherent and persuasive culminating academic paper. The emphasis is on combing several concepts, types of knowledge, and skills learned through the B.A. Completion Program to address a specific challenge. Through this project students learn how multiple perspectives can be integrated to create useful solutions to defined problems.
Prerequisite: Students need to have completed Directed Research, Integrative Project Design, 8 courses of their common learning, 3 courses in their major above 3000 level, and the majority of their electives. Advisor permission is required for registration.
Sections: Autumn Quarter 2018
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