Honors and Departmental Theses

Honors thesis books in the Observatory.

DEADLINES FOR THESIS WRITERS FOR SPRING 2014

**MANADATORY THESIS MEETING FOR ALL 2014 WRITERS **
   Wednesday or Thursday, February 19th or 20th at 5:00pm in Norris 100 **

Tuesday, April 1, 2014  - Signature Sheets and 1 Title Page are due by 4:00pm to Honors Coordinator

Monday, April 7, 2014 - All completed copies of the Thesis are due by 4:00pm to Honors Coordinator

 
The thesis is one of the most unique and rigorous elements of the Honors experience. During their junior year, Honors students normally enroll in a 1/4-unit Thesis Development seminar designed to help them develop a thesis topic, select an advisor, and begin their preliminary research. Research and writing continue and the thesis is completed during the student's senior year. All research and writing take place under the close supervision of a thesis committee consisting of a thesis advisor and two other faculty readers of the student's choosing.

The Honors thesis provides a unique opportunity for Honors students to develop their capacity for independent research. It also provides excellent preparation for many graduate study programs.

Please also visit the Elkin Isaac Research Symposium and Institutional Review Board.