INR800 - Capstone Research Project III

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Subject Title
Capstone Research Project III

Subject Description
The overarching purpose of the INS capstone is to complete an independent research project that is original, systematic and clear. In doing so, you will contribute novel ideas and theories that advance your chosen field of research.In this class, students will complete the capstone research project.

Credit Status
INR300 is a required course for students in the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Analyze datum using the chosen research methodology.
2. Assemble the required written components of a capstone research project.
3. Revise previously completed chapters on the basis of the instructor’s and peers’ feedback.
4. Complete a written research report that is valid, appropriate, well-defined, systematic, worthwhile and original.
5. Synthesize and disseminate research findings for academic and professional audiences.

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