Capstone Projects

Students in our semester-based bachelor’s and master’s degree programs complete a final capstone project which synthesizes and applies information from their coursework. Students serve in a consultant role, identifying a business need of the partner site/organization, assessing it, analyzing the data, and providing recommendations for implementation that are grounded in research and best practices.

Capstone projects take place at host site and can be completed on site or remotely as needed by the host. In some cases, students can complete their capstone through their current place of employment.

Capstone students build relationships and gain experience with their host organization–while working directly with stakeholders to solve a timely business problem or question.

Explore our database of completed capstone projects or refer to the capstone course description for your program of interest to learn more about the capstone process.

Development and Validation of a Novel Immunogenicity Assay for Total Antibody Detection

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Not Specified
2024

QA Evolution: Building a Robust IIT Quality Assurance Program

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2024

Biofuel Contamination Control Using Local Bacteriophages

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Eagan, Minnesota
2023

Cologuard 2.0 Ready-to-Use Calibrators and Controls

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Madison, Wisconsin
2023

Increasing the Reproducibility, Accuracy, and Efficiency of the qPCR Protocol Through Additional Analysis Parameters

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Cambridge, Massachusetts
2023

Microbial Limits Testing of Non-Sterile Pharmaceuticals Product

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Middleton, Wisconsin
2023
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Verification of the BIOMIC® at the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Madison, Wisconsin
2023

Reducing Environmental & Social Impacts Through Use of Cellular Agriculture: A Review

Applied Biotechnology — Research and Development
Not Specified
2022