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Capstone Projects


Where bold thinking energizes change.

As a Master of Public Policy student, you will apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the program to your Capstone Project. This academically sound, professional-quality paper focused on a public policy issue of your choosing will allow you to demonstrate to potential employers your skills, competence and professional readiness.

Each year, students have opportunities to showcase their capstone papers through the MPP Capstone Symposium, on the YYC Policy Blog and in other venues.

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If you are interested in learning more about the Master of Public Policy program, application requirements and deadlines, contact us.


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Capstone courses

Opportunities for City staff to work with senior-level undergraduate and graduate students

9 block project

Student project courses are designed to give advanced undergraduate or Masters students practical experience and skills they can transfer to their careers. These courses enable students to apply their freshly gained knowledge and innovative mindset to real-world challenges.

As a City practitioner you have the opportunity to mentor enthusiastic future professionals and receive new approaches or solutions for your project . Mentorship usually entails two to four meetings during the term where you share your advice and support with the student(s) as they develop their project. You will also be asked to attend one or more project presentations and evaluation sessions during the course.

Please click on the course title below for more information and to find out how to get in touch with the course instructor to submit a project idea.

Most UCalgary faculties offer other courses that may provide an opportunity for individual students or teams of students to take on stimulating real-world project ideas provided by City of Calgary partners. These include Honours thesis projects, class field work and others. Please contact the Urban Alliance Coordinator for more information.

Introduction to Health Policy (MDCH 666/PPOL 699)

Students will complete a policy analysis and produce a briefing note for a community partner relating to any health issue. The topics of the policy analysis are chosen by the community partners (with support from the course instructors) and may cover a wide range of health policy issues, including those involving the built and natural environments, social determinants of health, mental health and addiction, and many others situated outside or within the healthcare sector. The students will articulate the policy problem, complete a review of the literature to develop policy options, critically appraise the options and recommend an option. They will be guided by the course instructors. 

Contacts:  Fiona Clement (Co-Instructor),  Reed Beall (Co-Instructor)

Link of interest:  New university Centre for Health Policy prioritizes community engagement to target health-care system reform

Department and faculty

Community Health Sciences; Cumming School of Medicine

Course duration: September - December (Fall)

Project intake: June - August

Course documents

MDCH 666 / PPOL 699 Course Information for Community Partners

Business Technology Management Field Project (BTMA 455)

Student teams are assigned to organizations in Calgary and the surrounding area to solve specific information and technology issues. Teams investigate the issues and present proposed solutions to the organization contact. Teams will execute the approved project plan and present a final report both orally and in writing to the organization contact.

Students can assist with such things as:  strategy, project development and implementation, data analysis, dashboard creation, database management and platform recommendations.

Contact: Sylvia Trosch (Community Based Learning Advisor)

Link of interest: Business students tackle technology issues, from improving driver safety to streamlining databases

Course duration: January - April (Winter)

Project intake: September - December

BTMA 455 Community Project Info and Intake Form

BTMA 455 Project Examples

Software Engineering Project (CPSC 594)

Students develop skills surrounding software development (project management, scheduling, analysis, design, implementation, testing, etc.) and apply these to an industry project. Students apply their software engineering knowledge in a practical project that is relevant to industry.

Contact: Guenther Ruhe (Instructor)

Computer Science; Faculty of Science

Course duration: September - April (Fall/Winter)

Project intake: May-August

CPSC 594 Call for Proposals (2020-2021)

Critical Perspectives on Development Practice & Research (DEST 591)

Student teams carry out a small community development-related project. The course content focuses on skill development in the areas of project planning, management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation as well as protocols (e.g. ethics) required to conduct research and to carry out a collaborative project.

Contact:  Rowland Apentiik (Instructor)

Anthropology & Archaeology, Faculty of Arts

Course duration: January - April (Winter)

Project intake: October - December

Call for Collaboration Project Application Form Course Information for Partners

Applied Econometrics Data Solution (ECON 599)

Students develop data-analysis and problem-solving skills to help power an organization’s digital transformation. Topic areas relevant to The City might include: Efficiency of Business Units; Forecasting Demand for Services; Digital Automation of Routine Data Tasks; Webscrapping

Contact:  Benjamin Crost (Instructor)

Economics, Faculty of Arts

Link of Interest

UToday:  Analyzing big data – and lots of it – streamlined by new research computing cluster

Civil Engineering Design Project (ENCI 570)

Team design project applying engineering and project management principles to civil engineering design problems. Students consider the technical, resource allocation and business aspects of their project. They develop project scope, design, specifications, sustainability, scheduling and documentation, including elements of practical team management and leadership. Specific guidance will be provided by academic and industry advisors.

Contact:  Martin Jasso (Instructor)

Civil Engineering

Project intake: May - August

ENCI 570 Information for Potential Industry Advisors

Computer, Electrical, and Software Engineering Team Design (ENEL 500 A/B)

The emphasis is on the design process as it is associated with electrical, computer and software engineering, design methodology, general design principles for engineers, teamwork and project management. Preliminary and detailed engineering design and implementation of an engineering system that applies engineering knowledge to solving a real-life problem.

Contact:  Hamidreza Zareipour (Instructor)

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Course duration: September - April (Fall/Winter)

ENEL 500 A/B Letter to Industry Sponsors

Engineering Senior Capstone Design Project I/II (ENGG 501/502)

A team-based design course in which students apply the knowledge and skills acquired in earlier courses while refining their skills in teamwork and project management. Students work towards innovative, solutions to industry-sponsored design projects, and engage in individual critical reflection on their course activities, team performance, and on their growth as an engineering designer within their undergraduate program.

Contact:  Roes A. Budiman (Instructor)

ENGG 501-502 Design Sponsorship Info

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Capstone Project I/II (ENME 501/502)

The fourth-year capstone design courses bring groups of students together to apply their academic and engineering skills in a single unique project. The design process consists of the stages of conceptual design, design development and verification. Project management, teamwork and communication are emphasized for professional development. Design solutions associated with mechanical and manufacturing engineering.

Contact:  Alex Ramirez-Serrano (Co-Instructor),  Joseph Davis Thekinen (Co-Instructor)

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

ENME 501/502 Design Sponsorship Info (2022/2023)

ENME 501/502 Previous Projects List (2019/2020)

Advanced Professional Planning Studio (EVDP 644)

Students will create innovative and strategic solutions. The client and project are real, exposing students to the complexities of creating a project from expressed needs, developing a methodology to appropriately plan and scope the project and carrying out the work to arrive at a product that is agreed upon between the instructors, students and client.

This advanced studio is centred on an existing community need; involves analysis, synthesis, and formulation of a planning or urban design solution; and culminates in a professional report and presentation.

Contacts:  Fabian Neuhaus (Co-Instructor),  Francisco Alaniz Uribe (Co-Instructor) 

School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (SAPL)

Link of interest

Professional Planning Studio

Urban Design Studio (EVDS 620)

The Studio includes documentation and analysis of urban form and process, and explores site planning and design of the public realm. Issues of local and regional identity and sustainability inform the approach of the studio. This studio aims to further develop skills in conceptualization and visualization through consideration of contemporary urban design issues.

Contact:  Fabian Neuhaus (Instructor)

Links of interest

Design students inspired by Tsuut’ina culture, ancestral practices.

Strategic Business Analysis (MGST 615)

In this course, each student will demonstrate, through the completion of a major project involving a strategic issue for an organization, the ability to apply theory and concepts learned in the course of their MBA studies. Projects should be decision-oriented and selected based upon their value, for the development of the organization and the student, and may be completed by individual students or teams of 2-3.

Contact: Sylvia Trosch  (Community Based Learning Advisor)

Links of interest:  Capstone course provides students a field experience with local ventures to put business strategy into practice

Course duration: Fall, Winter, or Spring

Project Intake: Ongoing

MGST 615 Project Examples

MGST 615 Project Info and Intake Form

Master of Public Policy (MPP) Capstone

The MPP capstone project demonstrates the ability of the student to integrate and apply the knowledge gained across the courses in the MPP program to a particular policy problem or issue. Topics may include policy issues from a broad range of areas, e.g. social policy and health, energy and environmental policy, fiscal and economic policy, and many others.

Contact: Alison Steele (Career Development and Engagement Consultant)

Links of Interest:  Previous MPP Projects   (For projects most relevant to The City we suggest to use the search term “Calgary” in the open search field, and then sort by Relevance);  MPP website

School of Public Policy and Faculty of Graduate Studies

Course duration: September - September (1 year)

MPP Capstone Course Information & Timeline

Field Investigation in Operations & Supply Chain Management (OPMA 411)

In this capstone course, teams of four undergraduate students will complete a field investigation that will meaningfully utilize concepts and methodologies that students have learned in Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, and Business Analytics courses.

Course duration: September - December (Fall)

Project Intake: June - July

OPMA 411 Project Examples

OPMA 411 Project Info and Intake Form

Sustainable Energy Development Capstone Project I - III (SEDV 640-642)

SEDV 640: Research Design

SEDV 641: Proposal Development

SEDV 642: Research Exploration and Examination

Interdisciplinary student teams complete a research project that integrates and applies the concepts from their individual courses to a practical industry situation. The academic experience in these project courses is enhanced by incorporating site visits and guest speakers to bridge the energy industry and our classroom, providing invaluable real world context and broadening the perspectives of our students.

Topic areas relevant to The City might include (optional): Renewable Energy; GHG emissions; Governance; Policy; Fossil fuels; Environmental Management Systems; Environmental Impact Assessment

Contact:  Irene Herremans (Instructor)

Links of interest: Students offer solutions to use fewer hydrocarbons and more renewables ; SEDV program

School of Public Policy

Course duration: November - August 

Project intake: August - October

SEDV 640-642 Capstone Abstracts (2021)

SEDV 640-642 Info for Organizations

Sustainability Research Project (SUST 403)

Students develop applied research projects to engage in experiential learning with partners.

Contact:  Tatenda Mambo (Instructor)

Capstone in Mental Wellbeing (WELL 400)

The WELL 400 capstone course will bring together interdisciplinary teams of students to create solutions to real mental health and resilience challenges on campus and with partner organizations in the larger Calgary community.

Student groups will collaborate with their community partners to develop a Wellness Solution Proposal in response to partners’ wellness challenges. Wellness Solution Proposals will offer a wellness assessment and outline a practical and innovative intervention that partners may implement to address their wellness concerns. Throughout this course and project, students will be examining topics that relate to stress, burnout, mental health and wellbeing, coping resources and strategies, and wellness interventions.

Contact: Jean Wallace (Instructor)

Link of interest:  UCalgary’s new certificate program first in Canada to teach coping and resiliency skills.

Project intake: August - November

WELL 400 Team Project Timetable

WELL 400 Course Information  

Urban Studies (UBST 591)

Urban Studies is a broad interdisciplinary program designed to provide an integrated understanding of the social, political, economic, environmental, and cultural processes that shape urban life, with particular attention paid to how these processes operate in space and time. The Urban Studies program provides a strong background for students interested in working in both public and private sector fields including urban and regional planning, public policy, architecture, environmental design, economic development, city administration, social services, cultural programming, urban politics, law, and education.

Contact: Ryan Burns (Instructor)

Geography, Faculty of Arts

Project intake: September - (early) October

UBST 591 List of Past Projects

University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering ‘Capstone Design Project’

by Kirsten Sarmiento | Jan 18, 2021 | 2021 , Blog

capstone project university of calgary

The University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering ‘Capstone Design Project’ is the culmination of four years of study for Electrical and Software Engineering students. They are a year-long assignment where student participants are tasked to engineer solutions to challenges put forward by industry partners. In most cases, these projects are sponsored by these industry partners, giving students a real-world experience in addressing the needs of a ‘client’.

Approach Controls Inc. (ACI) is fortunate to employ several University of Calgary Engineering grads, including some Capstone award winners. Being employed at ACI and an alumnus myself, I am pumped that we are currently sponsoring a Capstone Design Project at the U of C. Project “Level-up” allows us to both mentor and gain fresh perspective from a diverse, motivated and curious group of five future engineers.

The “Level-Up” project is the integration of a level-sensing system into chemical totes so that measurements can be taken in an automated fashion throughout a frac job. This solution would reduce human error, and is a safer alternative to the traditional dip-stick method where the operator is exposed to the hazardous liquids while manually recording liquid levels. We are thrilled to participate as an industry partner and to see the solution these engineering students created to tackle this challenge.

I am proud to be a part of ACI’s team of forward-thinkers, collaborating on code solutions that are streamlined, easily testable and reusable on numerous ACI controls equipment projects. We work hard to deliver solutions that are both innovative and resilient. From my experience, we are taking a similar approach to professional development. At ACI I am mentored according to my learning style, and I am given opportunities to continue learning and keep being challenged to reach higher.

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