Consultancy Capstone Course- Domestic and Global


The Difference Between Global and Domestic Capstone Experiences 

Twice each year, during the summer and winter capstone periods, the School of Business offers our undergraduate and graduate students two unique options for completing their capstone requirement; a global consultancy with a British firm and a domestic consulting engagement with an organization located in Southern California.  Each course consists of the following components:

  • A minimum of three, all-day Saturday “pre-engagement” workshops.
  • A one-week consulting engagement, which culminates with a formal presentation to the client organization.
  • A post-engagement meeting(s) and preparation of a comprehensive consulting report.

These courses provide selected students with an opportunity to apply the knowledge they’ve gained through their studies and work experience to a practical consulting engagement.  A critical aspect of the consulting engagement is that students will be required to think creatively and work outside their comfort zone. The challenge of these projects provides student delegates with a stimulating and valuable learning experience.

We encourage you to learn more about our consulting capstone programs and the application process by clicking on the links below:

Application Deadlines (Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible):

Winter 2016 –             Global Course:           October 9, 2015

                                    Domestic Course:       October 30, 2015

Summer 2016 –          Global Course:           April 1, 2016

                                    Domestic Course:      April 15, 2016

 Course Details - Global

Application Process - Global

Course Details - Domestic

Application Process - Domestic


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