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Finalizing and Submitting Your Capstone Project
For this assignment you will finalize all chapters, assemble all components of your capstone project, and submit it to your mentor.
Be certain to revise all chapters based on feedback you have received from your mentor and classmates.
Your project should have the components listed below and they should be arranged in the same order. Consult the explanations given for guidance regarding what information to include under each of these components.
? Title page
Be sure to list the title of your capstone project, your name, your mentor’s name, the course code and name, your section number, and the date.
The abstract is a brief summary of your project. It should be no more than 350 words. It should briefly state the problem you have investigated, indicate the methodology you used to research the problem, and discuss your results. See Developing an Abstract at: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0U9Bi_H6FPJTk83MW5yT0hmMkU/edit?usp=sharing.
? Contents page
? List of tables and figures (applicable only if you have tables and/or figures)
? Chapters (1-5)
You will need to finalize chapters 1-3, then arrange all five of your chapters in the following order:
? Literature Review
? Results of the Study or Creative Project
? Summary and Discussion
? References or Works Cited
Use APA format for social science studies and MLA format for literary studies. Be sure you are consistent in your use of format.
(only if applicable) NOTE: Appendices do not count towards the number of pages in your paper. See Creating and Working with Appendices, available at: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0U9Bi_H6FPJMHJ2ZzA1SWVqZms/edit?usp=sharing.
Remember, your paper is to be a scholarly report written in Standard Academic English and with appropriate documentation. It should be a minimum of 25-pages in length. Before submitting your work thoroughly proofread and revise.
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