Topic due: 19 September
Bibliography: 25 September
Paper Outline: 2 October
First Draft: 9 October
Final Draft: 23 October
PowerPoint Presentation: 28 October
Capstone Paper: 30 October
Your bibliography must include at least 7 primary sources (as a minimum) and least 8-10 additional web based resources, periodicals, interviews, or other resources. Your bibliography must be in APA citation style. Include a short paragraph after each reference, describing the content of the reference and how it pertains to the paper you are writing.
- CO-1 Demonstrate a solution to a real-world problem using advanced mathematics such as calculus, statistics or analytical methods.
- CO-2 Produce mathematical models to solve problems or provide insights into complex issues.
- CO-3 Implement mathematical models to solve problems or provide insights into complex issues.
- CO-4 Analyze real world problems using qualitative and quantitative methods.
- CO-5 Solve problems using applied mathematics.
- CO-6 Analyze the results of research and analysis in the mathematical domains.
Presentation PowerPoint has to be able to be discussed for at least 15 minutes.
It must be 20-25 double-spaced pages, not including title page, abstract, references, appendices, figures or tables. Your paper must include a minimum of 7 primary sources and at least 8-10 additional web based resources, periodicals, interviews, or other resources. You must also include a title page, an abstract, and a bibliography page, written in APA style. Your final draft and final paper should be submitted to Turnitin.com for analysis and review. Turnitin.com will analyze a paper and report instances of potential plagiarism for review and editing before submitting it for a course grade.