Huxley College Capstone Courses
20013/14 Capstone List
- ENVS 410 Agroecology (4) Summer, Fall
- ENVS 430 Borderlands (4) Winter
- ENVS 474 Planning for Sustainable Communities (4) Summer, Spring
- ENVS 493 Environmental Impact Assessment (5) (WP3) Summer, Spring
- ENVS 496 Environmental Stewardship (5) Fall
- ESCI 470 Ecological Restoration ESCI (4) Fall
- ESCI 490 Environmental Risk Assessment (4) (WP3) Spring
- ESCI 491 Oceanography of Puget Sound (4) Spring
- ESCI 493 Environmental Impact Assessment (5) (WP3) Winter
- ESCI 494 Marine Conservation, (4) (WP2) Winter
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- To provide a real world problem identification and solution driven experience.
- To provide an opportunity to work collaboratively in small groups with other students.
- To provide an opportunity to work with students from different disciplines, reflecting the reality of the work world.
- To integrate skills and knowledge gained from previous courses and experiences.
- To practice the full complement of communication skills, including written reports and platform presentations.
Capstone Course Methods
- Capstone courses should use the methods of experiential learning.
- Students work in small groups and participate in the organizational and decision-making process required to accomplish tasks requiring a variety of expertise.
- The learning processes should include reflection and evaluation.
- Written and oral presentation of results to audiences outside the classroom.
Capstone Course Content
- Tied to real-world problems
- Current topics and problems
- Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary