Final project master degree week 6

  Capstone Conclusions, Lessons Learned, References and Appendices.

Objective:  The Capstone paper should reflect the overall goals and objectives (stated in Field Learning Agreement or the Capstone Project Approval Form) and provide details of the project completed. This assignment integrates the knowledge, skills and abilities learned in the program through a capstone project. It is intended to strengthen and synthesize skills related to management, leadership, business law, ethics, epidemiology, financial management, marketing, health care policies, human resource management, information system management and research.

GUIDELINES (20%):

Each paper must be typewritten with 12-point font and double-spaced with standard margins. Follow APA format when referring to the selected articles and include a reference page.

  

CONCLUSION   AND LESSONS LEARNED (40%)

This section serves as the discussion and conclusion section of the paper. It should briefly recap the purpose of the project, as well as summarize and contextualize the major findings/outcomes. This is the “so what?” part of the paper – the place where you explain why the outcome matters. What is the impact of the project, what are its limitations, what have you learned, and what are the next steps?

  

REFERNCES   (20%)

A minimum of 15 cited references is required. All cited sources, not just those from the Literature Review, should be included in the references section and formatted according to APA Guidelines. Only those sources that were cited in the paper should be included, i.e., if you read a paper, but did not cite it, you should not reference it.

  

APPENDICES   (20%)

The appendices contain supplementary material, i.e., information that is not essential, but that the reader might find useful for developing a deeper understanding. Appendices can also include high-volume data tables, descriptions, lists, survey questions, etc.

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE:

The assignment is to be electronically posted no later than noon on Saturday, April 11, 2020.

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