Projects & Research
The Capstone Experience
Your senior year presents a valuable opportunity to enhance your professional portfolio by researching and preparing an original project. Capstone I, completed the first semester, requires demonstration of both critical and creative thinking skills as well as research capabilities acquired as a Communication Arts and Humanities major.
Capstone II, completed the second semester, is the production of the proposed project.
A sampling of past projects:
- Audio, Video and Multi-Media Productions (Using our state-of-the-art Multi-Media Lab)
- Literary Analysis
- Creative Non-Fiction Autobiographical Essays
- Original Plays, Novels and Poetry (some with photos)
- Play Directing
- Peer Mentoring Manual
- Original studies related to Nonverbal Communication, Gender Bias in the Classroom, as well as Technology and Communication