Integrative Health Capstone

Course Description

Two-month project focused on relevant problem in complementary and integrative health theory or practice. Planning and completion of either a data-based research project or a scholarly and creative activity related to integrative health. Grading is S/U only. Course is eligible for In Progress (IP) grade.

Learning Outcomes

  • Conduct a comprehensive literature review related to an identified problem, issue, trend, or question in complementary and integrative health.
  • Complete either an evidence-based research project or a scholarly activity related to CIH.
  • Write a professional quality research paper describing the outcome of the research or other scholarly activity.
  • Deliver an oral presentation of the research or project related to integrative health.

Prerequisites

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