There is a 120-hour minimum on-site experience needed with an approved agency. The Capstone may be completed in the Summer, Fall or Spring of senior year or some combination thereof, but approval is necessary. To the extent possible, student interests will be matched with an appropriate study. During the Capstone course, senior students will write a paper intended to integrate the experience with competencies and skills acquired during completion of the Public Health major. The Capstone paper summarizes the senior culminating experience and links the experience to national and international public health concerns.
The Public Health Capstone process involves the completion and uploading of the following forms:
- Affiliation Agreement
- Capstone Acceptance Form
- Internship Handbook – Goals and Objectives
- Timesheet – please fill out your timesheet using the Capstone Timesheet Program – a google invitation share has been sent to you. If you have not received the share, please contact the Public Health Department office. Once you have completed your timesheet please have your supervisor sign the timesheet and upload below.
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