University of Wisconsin Extended Campus is now Wisconsin Online Collaboratives! This name reflects the partnerships of the 13 universities within the Universities of Wisconsin–our state's premier system of public higher education. Through these partnerships we will continue to support online degrees, certificates and courses–along with support services to you.

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.

Wellness Within a Non-Profit Company

Health and Wellness Management
Madison, Wisconsin
2018

Environmental Supports for Employee Wellness

Health and Wellness Management
Madison, Wisconsin
2018

Wellness Branding and Farmers’ Market Program

Health and Wellness Management
Palmyra, Wisconsin
2018

Mindfulness Course Design for Higher Education Staff

Health and Wellness Management
Madison, Wisconsin
2018

Wellness in Oneida County

Health and Wellness Management
Rhinelander, Wisconsin
2018

Employee Wellness Planning and Communication

Health and Wellness Management
Shawano, Wisconsin
2018

Wellness in a Chiropractic Setting

Health and Wellness Management
Excelsior, Minnesota
2018
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Transitioning Care: the Role of HIM for Clinical Outcomes and Reimbursement

Health Information Management Technology
Albany, New York
2018
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Revising the WebSTAR Validation Plan

Health Information Management Technology
Charlotte, North Carolina
2018
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Data Analytics to Assist Healthcare Facility Identify Marketing Opportunities

Health Information Management Technology
Madison, Wisconsin
2018