DSBA Capstone


Students enrolled in the DSBA Master’s degree can pursue either an Internship Experience or a Master’s Thesis as their capstone project. The Internship pathway is suggested for those seeking professional careers after graduation. Students choosing the internship option must complete a formal internship experience (3 Credit Hours) usually in their last semester.  The Master’s Thesis pathway is geared for students seeking in-depth research experience, potentially leading to a Ph.D. program. Students choosing the thesis option must complete 6 credit hours over a minimum of two semesters and successfully defend their Thesis defense to meet the capstone requirements.

Timeline for Submission: proposals must be submitted one month before the start of the semester in which the internship starts.