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2017-2018 Course Catalog 
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PSAF 2050 - Public Safety Capstone

Credits: 3
Hours/Week: Lecture NoneLab None
Course Description: The Public Safety Capstone course is intended to provide the public safety student with the opportunity to research, analyze, and present a multidisciplinary approach to current issues or events within the public safety arena. Using a team approach, the student will demonstrate their skills in writing, critical thinking, and knowledge of public safety.
MnTC Goals

Prerequisite(s): Completion of all coursework required for the program: PSAF 1020 , PSAF 1031 , PSAF 1032 , PSAF 1035 , PSAF 2040 , and PSAF 2045 . Knowledge and proficiency in Microsoft applications.
Corequisite(s): None
Recommendation: None

Major Content
  1. Draft submission and instructor feedback
  2. Final project submission
  3. Literature search
  4. Orientation to the capstone course
  5. Perform project
  6. Project conceptualization/brainstorming
  7. Project drafting
  8. Project presentation
  9. Project proposal submission

Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course students will be able to:

  1. Evaluate the results of the solution and make necessary improvements or modifications to it. (L6)
  2. Present the project to the Advisory Committee in a written and verbal format. (L3)
  3. Perform a literature search relevant to the specific project. (L3)
  4. Discuss with organizations potential topics, issues, or problems that may be used for the capstone project. (L2)
  5. Construct a multi-media presentation summarizing the project. (L5)
  6. Analyze the selected topic, issue, or problem. (L4)
  7. Implement the solution to the topic, issue, or problem. (L3)
  8. Construct a detailed written product on the project. (L5)
  9. Propose and develop a solution for the topic, issue, or problem. (L5)

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