SOC 410 - Honors Thesis Workshop (4)
The Senior Honors Thesis is an original written work whose topic, elected by the student, is considered the capstone of his/her academic education. The thesis provides an occasion of a creative overview and synthesis of the student's work across the major and allows the student an opportunity to fully exercise her or his independent research and writing skills in an area of sociology. The Honors Thesis Workshop provides a supportive context for researching and writing a thesis. The seminar is open to seniors who have at least a 3.5 grade point average and who meet other requirements for admission as established by instructor. Course may be used as an electuve for the Sociology major. Offered every semester. Prerequisites; SOC 306, SOC 308, upper-division standing, and permission of instructor.