To help students get a better understanding of what is expected in a capstone paper, we have put together an electronic file of completed capstone papers, beginning with the Fall 2007 Capstone class. There are two important things for you to remember as you look at samples. First, the format is subject to change so do not slavishly copy the format of the papers found on-line. Second, ALWAYS follow the guidance and suggestions of your readers.
(Please click on the link below to access the sample)
The Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency Program: Awareness, Usefulness and Satisfaction
Is the Enterprise Team Transitional Housing and Employment Training Program Effective in Preparing Homeless Adults to Obtain Employment and Permanent Housing?
The Digital Divide and the Elderly Population of the Central Savannah River Area
Influential or Insignificant? The Effectiveness of Non-profit Advocacy in Augusta-Richmond County Government
Defining Strategic Enrollment Management: How is it aiding the future of higher education?
Local Level Policies Addressing Integration of Immigrants.
Exploratory Study of Columbia and Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia, and Aiken County, South Carolina.
Capitalizing on Creativity: Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art - Education Department Program Evaluation
Social Cost-Benefit Analysis (SCBA) for Centro Educativo Central Savannah River Area (CECSRA) Nonprofit Organization
Bridging the Digital Divide and Increasing CRCT Scores Through Computer based Online Tutorials and Internet Access
Motivations for Leaving the Traditional Employment Role Among Emergency Medical Technicians
Assessing Faculty Interest in Service Learning at Augusta State University
Deadly Silence: An Assessment of Emergency Alert Systems for Lincoln County, Georgia
Identifying Barriers: A look at e-Goverment, Initiatives in Local Goverment
Bid for Business Improvement Districts: Benefits of CADI in Augusta, GA
Mechanisms Used in NASPAA Accredited MPA Programs: An Exploratory Look
Assessing Medical College of Georgia Hospital’s Surge Capacity for Pandemic Influenza A