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XX3735B - Capstone Integrative Project

  • Unit Code & NameXX3135B Capstone Integrative Project
  • Description

    The capstone is a summative unit that is required for all Bachelor awards. It provides students with the opportunity to undertake an integrative project across a range of theological disciplines addressing the learning outcomes for the relevant Bachelor award. In consultation with a member of faculty the student will seek to either address a theme, topic, problem, or area of professional practice. The student will be required to demonstrate capacity: for critical engagement, integration of learning across theological disciplines, structuring considered arguments, the development of appropriate methodology, and effectively communicating theological ideas. Integrative learning will be scaffolded by seminars which will provide a locus for critical engagement and feedback from peers and members of faculty, contributing to the forming process of both student and research project.

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  • DisciplineDelivery ID: 46200
  • LevelUndergraduate Level 3
  • Semester4. Semester 2, 2022
  • Delivery ModeOnline
  • Date

    25 July to 28 October 2022

    Weekly Zoom classes.

    We recommend that you allocate 9 hours a week for all study activities.

  • Lecturer(s) Major Dr Grant Sandercock-Brown
  • Prerequisites

    This capstone unit is required to be completed as part of a Bachelor degree. It may only be taken in the final two semesters of study.

  • Learning Activities

    Students will form and develop their integrative project via faculty supervision and critical interaction with peers. The seminars will encourage and facilitate the clear articulation of the major aspects of the project together with critical engagement by peers and faculty across disciplines. Students will be expected to indicate how they have responded to such feedback, and the ways in which this has improved the outcomes of their project. This will contribute to the capacity of students to undertake independent research, but as part of a community of emerging scholars and practitioners.

    *This unit is offered at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. Students may engage with people across both levels when this unit is delivered.

  • Assessments

    Presentation of chosen project at a seminar with due weight given to the critical integration of ideas and peer feedback - 500 words - 10%

    Attendance at and interacton in three seminars (either face to face or online) comprising intentional, reflective and critical interaction with tutors and peers - 500 words - 10%

    Reserch project - 4,000 words - 80%

  • Learning Outcomes

    Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:

    1.  Apply a critical understanding of the methodologies, concepts and key issues from at least two fields of study.

    2.  Demonstrate the application of broad, coheent and critical knowledge across fields of study.

    3.  Sythesise and integrate ideas across different fields of theological study.

    4.  Present integrated theological ideas coherently, creatively and effectively, engaging with critical feedback from peers.

    5.  Plan and produce a substantial integrative project, drawing on advanced skills in research, writing and presentation.

    6.  Demonstrate attainment of the course outcomes of the particular bachelor award in which they are enrolled.