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Developing more diverse and inclusive capstones for undergraduate management and business students

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Angela Mazzetti, Dr Stefanie ReissnerORCiD

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Abstract

With a changing cultural and socio-economic student demographic profile and changing employer needs, it is important that business schools develop more diverse and inclusive capstone options which take into consideration the skills and aspirations of their students to better prepare them for their future of work. This presentation provides insights into our experiences of designing and implementing two alternative capstones at Newcastle University Business School. The first alternative, Advanced Business Practice, offers a practice-based alternative to consultancy-style projects and the second alternative, Advanced Business Topics, provides a research-based alternative to the traditional dissertation.


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Author(s): Mazzetti A, Reissner S

Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)

Publication status: Published

Conference Name: Curriculum Design Symposium: The Hidden Curriculum : Unpacking the academic practices critical for student success

Year of Conference: 2019

Acceptance date: 17/07/2019

Publisher: Advance HE

URL: https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/sites/default/files/2019-07/Session%20abstracts_0.pdf


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