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Capstone Experience

Capstone experience:

A Capstone Experience is primarily about integration of the key features of a student's learning within the three departments (up to the nine fields of study) previously undertaken and in forming a bridge from college study to the professional world. A student demonstrates the capacity to apply him/herself to a particular department (say Ministry & Practice) and synthesise learning from the other two departments (Christian Thought and Bible & Languages).

Learning Outcomes

At the completion of a Capstone Experience students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate integration of the key features of learning from all three departments undertaken in their study
  2. Critically examine learning from Old and New Testaments, theology, history and other electives undertaken in Christian Thought and Ministry & Practice
  3. Synthesise the application of knowledge, learning and practice into their specific assessment/s
  4. Demonstrate the capacity to reflect upon personal maturity and self-development
  5. Synthesise college learning experiences with the professional world towards work readiness


The Capstone Experience is assessed on a pass/fail basis. A student needs to complete 6000-7000 words at 4cps. This can be from one major assessment or two to three individual pieces. The kind of assessments available include, but not exclusive to:

Research orientated

Practice orientated

Plus the normal assessments of essay writing, reflective writing, class presentations, critical analysis, theoretical paper, report, seminar paper.