BUS298 - Applied Business Capstone

This course synthesizes programmatic outcomes and applies major principles learned in the program. Students demonstrate skills and knowledge through a project-based capstone that emphasizes their specialization track.


CIP: 52.0201

Credits: 5

Prerequisites: Applied Business Administration AAS-T program admission; pass all technical core classes with at least a 2.0 grade or better

Offered: Winter, Summer


  1. Explain how different business principles come together as components of a business strategy to meet organizational goals.
  2. Apply business principles to execute a business strategy and optimize market competitiveness or organizational objective.
  3. Analyze the profitability and sustainability of a business model.
  4. Create a business strategy to enter a market space or reposition a market offering.
  5. Perform a qualitative and quantitative evaluation of a business strategy for its viability in a market space.
  6. Effectively communicate the business model, competitive landscape, and business functions required to increase the likelihood of profitability or financial stability.