UNIV 401 School Capstone Seminar

This course is the senior capstone for a Greenville University liberal arts education. It is designed to help students understand the integrative nature of that education. It brings together students and faculty in a collaborative experience that integrates multiple disciplines, values with learning, and theory with practice. Course objectives are accomplished through a focus on a real world issue within the framework of a Biblical worldview. UNIV 401 builds on students' exposure to both the introductory general education courses and advanced courses within their specific disciplines. The course goes beyond both to lead students into advanced integrative studies. The course, therefore, attempts to help students understand how both breadth and depth of education are means to real integration and holistic truth. Students work in small groups to produce a collaborative studies thesis/project, in order to accomplish the course objectives.




UNIV 301


Every semester


Meets the general education senior seminar requirement.