For SKSM Master of Arts in Social Change (MASC) students only. MASC students may split this course over two semesters or sign up for it during their last semester. This final project can take a variety of forms and should be representative of the student’s learning and creative work in the MASC degree. The student will work independently under faculty supervision. Projects include research thesis, public presentations, designing and implementing educational curricula, organizing local/national conferences and special events, multimedia art-work, writing a book and more. The project’s topic, proposal and final draft need to be discussed and developed with the Director of the MASC program and a second faculty member. The project may be presented publicly. A total of 3 MASC Project credits are required for graduation in the MASC degree.
Fulfills Threshold 2. Prophetic Witness and Work.
ECO Core Course is a prerequisite.
This project is variable credit between 0.5-3 credits.
Maximum enrollment:10. Auditors excluded.