Prospectus (proposal) for a project

Write a Prospectus (proposal) for your project, which will be written as if the project hasn’t happened yet. In other words, you will be identifying the problem to be solved, and proposing the solution. You can obtain an APA formatting template from the Writing Center, and then follow the task instructions for required content. The key to passing is provided adequate detail in every section and sub-section, making sure to address each subsection as a separate sub-heading within the major sections. Then compare what you have written with the Program Outcomes Rubric for the task, to make sure you have covered what is required. Then submit your Prospectus for evaluation.

Your final step is to write a detailed post-implementation report of the completed project (Capstone Report). This is written from the perspective of the completed project, complete with lessons learned. Again, use an APA formatted template from the Writing Center, and then follow the task instructions for required content. The key to passing is provide adequate detail in each and every section and sub-section, making sure to address each sub-section as a separate sub-heading within the major sections. Then compare what you have written with the Program Outcomes Rubric for task 3, to make sure you have covered what is required. Then submit your Capstone Report for evaluation

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