TAS 4510 PBC
TAS 4510—Technical and Applied Studies Capstone Seminar
Three Semester Hours
University Requisite: TAS 3210 and seniors only
A capstone experience for the BTAS degree, this course requires integration and application of professional knowledge, critical thinking and analysis skills, and technologies in order to demonstrate understanding of the twenty-first century workforce culture.
Methods of Course Instruction
All material for this course is print-based. Instructor and students communicate and exchange materials through postal mail.
In this course, an option exists to use e-mail to submit your lesson assignments. Your assignment will be returned to you either as an e-mail attachment or as a hard copy sent through the postal mail, depending on the preferences of the instructor and/or program.
Textbooks and Supplies
Rath, T. and D. Clifton. How Full Is Your Bucket: Positive Strategies for Work and Life. Gallup Press: New York, 2005. [ISBN: 9781595620019]
Number of Lessons
The course has seven lessons. These lessons include:
- Lesson 1: Book Review
- Lesson 2: Survey
- Lesson 3: Resume/Cover Letter
- Lesson 4: Reflection Video on Professionalism
- Lesson 5: Project Proposal
- Lesson 6: Research Graphic
Types of Writing Assignments
Handwritten assignments are acceptable for some assignments, but the preferred method is a typed assignment, double-spaced using 12-point font and one-inch margins. As with all assignments, good grammar and standard written English are paramount.
Your final grade will be determined by your grades on the submitted assignments
- Lesson 1: Book Review — 100 Points
- Lesson 2: Survey — 100 Points
- Lesson 3: Resume/Cover Letter — 200 Points
- Lesson 4: Reflection Video — 200 Points
- Lesson 5: Project Proposal — 200 Points
- Lesson 6: Research Graphic — 200 Points
- Total — 1,000 Points