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    Apr 17, 2024  
2022-2023 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BUS 698 - Capstone Research Course


3 Credits

This course is the precursor to BUS 699  and includes a formal review of all other Master of Business Administration program courses completed by the students. Each Capstone student will be responsible for identifying a Capstone project that focuses on the Concentration pursued by the student in the Master of Business Administration program. The students are required to demonstrate the application of their Master of Business Administration program learning to a selected organization. Each student will be assigned a Capstone Mentor who will support the student in both BUS 698 and continuing through BUS 700 . The course requires each student to define their project, how it applies to an organization, and how it relates to their chosen Concentration. This will include the development of a detailed Outline of their project for use in BUS 700 , and an Annotated Bibliography as a repository for their research performed in BUS 698. The student project will be a comprehensive proposal or business plan to solve a significant problem, to pursue a new opportunity, or to launch a new business venture. *This course is linked to the 45 credit MBA and is in teach-out.