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AFM 8200 Capstone Project in Family Life Education: Start Here

AFM 8200 Capstone Project in Family Life Education

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This course is offered as an alternative to the Practicum for students who have extensive workplace experience in a family life education. Consideration will be given to students who can demonstrate, through a portfolio of accomplishments, that they have five years of supervised, professional, full-time work experience in a human service agency or similar setting. Students will complete a capstone project that will be designed to meet a need of either the student’s current workplace or a selected human service agency and may include program development, evaluation or other research need identified by the agency. The student’s project will have a practical application and benefit to the host organization. Prerequisite(s): Faculty Approval

Applied Family Science Program Chair

Mary Kay Keller, M.P.A., Ph.D., SSW, CEIM, CFLE.
Chair of Applied Family Science Graduate Program
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences


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