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Honors Thesis in Family and Consumer Sciences

(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Fall, Spring | Course Every Year

In conjunction with a faculty mentor, the student will formulate and execute a research project at an advanced level of complexity that will culminate in a paper and a presentation.  The project must meet Honors Program thesis requirements as well as the expectations of the family and consumer sciences faculty.  A research proposal form completed by the student, faculty mentor, and Honors Program director is required for registration.  Open to seniors who are members of the Honors and/or Teaching Scholars Programs.

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