Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor(s). Oiln strongly recommends that AHS Capstone students first complete AHSE 3190.

Credits: 4 AHS

Hours: 4-0-8

Usually offered: Fall, Spring

For information contact: Robert Martello

Course description: The AHS Capstone is an advanced, self-designed AHS project that builds upon a student’s prior experience in one or more AHS disciplines. All students must complete either an AHS Capstone or an Entrepreneurship Capstone in order to graduate. AHS Capstones must be proposed to the AHS Committee and approved by the end of the academic year prior to the Capstone except in extenuating circumstances. Additional information on the AHS Capstone is available at http://projects.olin.edu/ahs. AHS Capstone students will complete a proposal, a journal, a disciplinary deliverable, an analysis of their deliverable, and a presentation. Class sessions will vary between meetings of the entire class, small group workshops, and individual meetings. Olin strongly recommends that all AHS Capstone students first complete the AHS Capstone Preparatory Seminar. Please contact the AHS Committee at ahs@olin.edu with any questions.

Competencies: qualitative analysis, teamwork, communication, lifelong learning, understanding of context

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Submissions from 2013

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Spring 2013 AHSE 4190, AHS Capstone: Information About Course: Course Syllabus, Gillian Epstein

Submissions from 2010

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Fall 2010 AHSE 4190: Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences Capstone: Course Materials: AHS Capstone Assignments Fall 2010, Robert Martello

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Fall 2010 AHSE 4190: Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences Capstone: Information About Course: Course Syllabus, Robert Martello