This MGMT696, M.A. in Management Capstone: Portfolio, course is the final course in the Master’s Program. This course will prepare graduate student to reflect on their graduate experience by compiling and revising artifacts from previous courses in the program into an organize e-portfolio. The e-portfolio will reflect the student’s educational growth from entry in the graduate program. In addition, the graduate student will develop the skills necessary to successfully transition to and navigate post-graduate life as well as understand the civic and social responsibilities of being educated citizens. Finally, students will be given the resources to connect with APU/AMU in an ongoing relationship.
Create an ePortfolio with artifacts mapped and linked to program learning objectives for the M.A. in Management program.
Organize a significant collection of artifacts in the ePortfolio including projects, papers, and other relevant examples of work completed each course required to satisfy meeting the program requirements.
Write a rationale paper describing the artifacts in the portfolio and how they demonstrate skills, knowledge, understanding of theory, professional disposition, real-world application, and mastery of the program objectives.
Prepare a reflection PowerPoint presentation to tell the story of professional growth attained during the program.
Review a peer's ePortfolio by providing constructive feedback using the ePortfolio rubric.
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