HUMN 490 | THESIS PREPARATION SEMINAR
Units: 1 Repeatability: No
This course precedes the 3-unit HUMN 495 course. In this course, each student will identify a research topic that would integrate and apply his/her interdisciplinary experience in the Humanities major. This topic will lead, in HUMN 495, to producing a senior thesis (a substantial research paper or a well-researched creative project). Each student will consult with the instructor in identifying and developing a topic; produce a prospectus and a bibliography for the topic; and, as possible, begin collecting and outlining research material from the bibliography. A class presentation is typically required as well.
HUMN 494 | SPECIAL TOPICS IN THE HUMANITIES
Units: 3 Repeatability: Yes (Can be repeated for Credit)
Exploration and analysis of selected topics with a specific theme in the Interdisciplinary Humanities.
HUMN 495 | SENIOR RESEARCH SEMINAR
Units: 3 Repeatability: No
Core Attributes: Advanced writing competency
Prerequisites: HUMN 490
In this continuation course to HUMN 490, each student will complete the research phase of his/her thesis project; produce a working outline and at least one substantial draft of the senior thesis or creative project; and revise and finalize the thesis by the end of the semester. A formal presentation of results and highlights from the completed research and initial thesis draft is typically required as well. Spring semester.
HUMN 499 | INDEPENDENT STUDY
Units: 1-3 Repeatability: Yes (Can be repeated for Credit)