Undergraduate Communication majors have the option to write an honors thesis and/or a Communication and Public Service (ComPS) thesis during their senior year. The Communication thesis course lasts two semesters and is taught by Kim Woolf. For the first semester, the students write research proposals that contain a literature review and detailed methodologies for their theses. During the second semester, the students complete data collection and write the thesis. Typically, students present their thesis projects in person to a group of faculty, staff, and fellow students; however, this year students will share their presentations online. A registration link will be available soon.
Undergraduate Senior Honors Thesis Poster Session
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