In the Information and Communications Technology Capstone Seminar, students will apply their cumulative knowledge and skills to create a culminating work that critically addresses a problem in their degree field of study. Students make iterative progress on a capstone project throughout the course that presents a position on a relevant problem, supports the position with academic and professional literature, analyzes the proposed solution, and synthesizes scholarly findings. Primary research will not be conducted. The seminar is structured around collegial discussion and continuous feedback from peers and the instructor. At the end of the course, students will present their capstone project with professional and academic audiences in mind. Prerequisite: Acceptance as a degree candidate, completion of at least 40 quarter-hours (including all core courses) with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. A final grade of B- or better is required in this course to meet degree requirements. Students must complete the Capstone Seminar in one quarter; no incomplete grades are assigned.