A capstone project is more demanding than any work you’ll write, or have written, in college. It’s based on independent research, and is probably one of the most valuable and rewarding academic works available to a student.
The first step always seems to be: “choose a topic.” Getting a little tiresome, right? But as with all big projects, once you register for a research course, they give you the independence to show your knowledge, skill, and creativity. Moreover: you register for a capstone project because you have interest in a topic, not because you were forced to do so.
Each college and university has a registration process mapped out for you, either on the university’s website or in hard copy form at the office. So, we won’t delve into technical details that may differ slightly. Instead we’ll focus on writing (and assume you’ve already registered for the course and completed your proposal).
First, let’s get the simple things out of the way. Choose the correct citation style and follow it throughout the paper. Be mindful of grammar tenses. Use an active voice whenever possible. Take your time, of course. There are numerous writing tips, and probably know a lot of them by now. Here are a few good ones:
Show the examiners what you’ve learned in the course of your studies, what skills you’ve acquired and how well you can use them.
Generally a capstone paper is about 20-25 pages long, but no longer than 45 pages. You should submit a draft to your Capstone advisor first, before editing and submitting the finished project. The paper usually consists of the following sections:
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