The Honors Thesis is a culminating work in an Honors’ student university career. Foremost, it provides Honors students in their senior year an opportunity to explore, in depth, a question that they find interesting and that may or may not be related to their major course of study. Students are encouraged to explore approaches to engaging ideas that they may have not had significant opportunity to do through out the college career. It is also students’ opportunity to provide evidence of what has been learned through the experience of being part of the Honors Program.
Students who receive a B or higher on their thesis and who have maintained an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher will receive University Honors.