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Course Overview

Intensive development of an approved idea for a project conducted under the supervision of a project director. While the prime example of a project is a thesis, other projects include a creative work, technical innovation, or other work of originality, depth, and rigor that prepares the student for graduate or professional work. Successful completion of the course requires submission of a project proposal acceptable to the student’s capstone committee and the Honors Council. May count toward requirements for the major with permission of the department.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: Good standing in the Honors Program, junior/senior status, and permission of the Honors Director.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate