Victoria College Capstone Courses

Capstone courses provide opportunities for students to work closely with senior faculty on projects that involve substantial research, leadership, and/or interdisciplinary components, so as to consolidate their academic experiences and prepare to move beyond undergraduate studies.

For further questions please contact Chris de Barros at vic.academics@utoronto.ca



VIC435H1S Capstone: Community Engaged Learning

This course provides students with an experiential learning opportunity in community-engaged research combined with critical reflection and academic discussion within a seminar setting. Through a placement in social enterprise organizations, students develop research-based approaches to support their organization in assessing needs, impact, and resources. Alongside this hands-on experience, interdisciplinary seminar discussions will help students understand how research methodologies, standards, and protocols are deployed in community settings.

VIC451H1Y  Capstone: Learning Communities and Higher Education

This Capstone offers students an opportunity to consider different learning communities as they mentor a class of 1st year students.  

VIC476H1F - Capstone Seminar in Foreign Policy 

The seminar involves a critical assessment of current foreign policy issues and contemporary world problems.

VIC493H1Y (L0101)Vic Capstone Research Colloquium

In an interdisciplinary seminar, Humanities students receive training and practice in project design, professional skills, and effective communication in a variety of fields and contexts.

VIC493H1Y (L0102)Vic Capstone Research Colloquium

In an interdisciplinary seminar, Science students receive training and practice in project design, professional skills, and effective communication in a variety of fields and contexts.

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