Capstone is the title for CSS 497, the final core requirement and the program capstone course for advanced CSS students.

The Capstone provides students with the opportunity to earn academic credits while working on a project that has potential benefits for industry or community organizations.

Typically students complete 10 credits (400 hours) of the Capstone in their final quarter(s). They learn by connecting classroom theory and community-based experience through the completion of an academic project. Project options consist of internships, research with faculty, individual projects, or group projects.

See the Colloquium Schedule for upcoming Colloquium dates and past Colloquium schedules.

Forms: Please visit the CSS forms page and download and complete the CSS 497 Capstone Contract and the CSS 497 Web Release Form.

Undergraduate Capstone Info:


Undergraduate Capstone coordinator Janet McDaniels

Janet McDaniel

STEM Capstone Coordinator
Discovery Hall 352-V

Schedule an appointment online!