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The capstone project is the culmination of an MAEd: NSEE student's work at Hamline University. It is generally an applied-research project conducted in the student's school or workplace. The student works closely with an administrative advisor to construct the research question, carry out the research, and complete the project. The capstone committee offers additional support throughout the process. This project requires a written component and an oral presentation. A proposal meeting is required prior to registration. Advisor/Committee signatures are obtained at that time. Please note: Registration materials, timelines and formatting guidelines are found online at www.hamline.edu/education/current.html. For additional help, contact the Degree Programs office at 651-523-2195 or your advisor. The capstone course is available only to those masters students who are nearing completion of their degree in Natural Science and Environmental Education. For further information regarding the capstone committee and process, please phone Renee Wonser at 651-523-2419.
Wonser, Renee, "NSEE8495-1RW.Capstone*.Sp14.Wonser,Renee" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 8167.