Aug 24, 2019  
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Honors Thesis Seminar (BPSE-415)

3.0 credits
This elective is a seminar that focuses on the investigation of a topic of the student’s choice, using library resources to effectively reference both online and print sources. It also includes an examination of bibliographic material, interviews, journals, and encyclopedias. Students develop a research proposal, write an annotated bibliography, produce a final 20-page research paper, and do a research presentation. Research exercises are assigned throughout the semester and two drafts of the paper will be peer-reviewed and discussed in class. A major component of the class will be sharing and discussing students’ works in progress. (Enrollment by permission of the instructor.) Prerequisite(s): A grade of B or better in Literature and Composition (LITC-300).



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