HON 499 - Honors Thesis
The Honors Thesis is the result of an independent study project undertaken during the senior year. The topic of the thesis must draw significantly on at least two academic disciplines. The student should choose a topic for the thesis in consultation with a faculty advisor, a reader from the second discipline, and the Honors Coordinator. At the end of the first term, the student must submit evidence of substantial work accomplished. During the second term, the student will complete the thesis and make a public presentation of the results. Individual research is conducted under the supervision of a faculty member. Topic and format must be approved by the Department Chairperson and Dean.
Hours: 50 hours are the equivalent of one credit hour.
No more than eight credits in any combination of departmental 299/499 courses may apply toward a degree.
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