At Plymouth State University, you’ll be encouraged, supported, and cheered on for making decisions on not only what you want to study, but on how you want to go about it. It all comes together in the Integrated Capstone, or “INCAP,” which is among the Cluster Learning opportunities that benefit every student. “Students’ learning experiences as the drive their INCAP projects forward are as important as the final product,” notes Professor Cathie LeBlanc.
INCAPs are culminating experiences in which you’ll join with others from a variety of majors while working on a collaborative project that has a real-world impact. Recent INCAPSs have explored the importance of play, the pros and cons of a four-day work week, and even how Star Wars measures up on today’s diversity scale.