The purpose of this Capstone Seminar is to develop and apply transferable professional skills to persuade decision makers. This is accomplished through the following: investigate questions and issues found within a discipline-specific area of interest. To do this, a clear question/issue will be researched in order to create (a) several different arguments for (b) several different audiences in (c) several different professional contexts. Peer-to-peer conversations will support the development of the questions/issues, and throughout the process, peer-to-peer critiques will take place to foster a developed sense of community where peers rely on one another for what is working, what is not working, and possible ways forward. Part of this process will also include intentional moments spent reflecting upon the process and the knowledge gained by it. Thus, through reflection and meaningful dialogues and conversations, students learn how to be active agents of change where they can successfully contribute to any professional exchange. In sum, the Capstone Seminar focuses on how to investigate problem(s) found within professional settings, how to analyze and critique those problems, and ultimately, how to generate effective arguments for the various stakeholders involved throughout this process. The knowledge gained within this course should transfer forward informing a current or future job.