Capstone Course III

Course Description

Continuation of ENM 607B project course. Specific focus is on the analysis of the data collected including problem solutions. Students present their research in both written and oral form to the client organization, if applicable, and to other students and faculty. This is the third part of a three course series that each student has to complete sequentially. Failure to complete this third course successfully requires students to repeat ENM607A/B/C again with a new team and/or a new project. Grading is H, S, or U only. Course is eligible for In Progress (IP) grade.

Learning Outcomes

  • Finalize analysis of relevant data to the defined research project.
  • Defend the research project findings during an oral presentation to faculty, class and, if applicable, to clients.
  • Write a master’s level thesis based on the findings of the research project.

Prerequisites

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