|HON 498 Honors Thesis/Project I
|HON 499 Honors Thesis/ Project II
|Four HON 400-level seminars*
*Note: Current students in University Honors (UH) do not need to take additional HON 400s beyond those included in the UH requirements. UH students, therefore, only need to successfully complete HON 498 and HON 499 to satisfy RH requirements.
Students who are RH-only must complete at least one HON 400-level seminar before starting HON 498.
Please review the RH Program Learning Outcomes for more information.
The Honors Thesis is a comprehensive research/creative project completed over two sequential semesters. RH students work closely with a Faculty Advisor – a professor typically from the student’s academic major – to develop and refine the project. Most RH projects culminate in a traditional research thesis, but students majoring in the arts may complete thesis projects that take the shape of an original creative work.