Comparative Arts and Letters
 

Honors Thesis

Honors Thesis
Completion of an honors thesis that reflects the student's studies and training in art history, as well as their ability to research, write, and defend a publishable paper that contributes in some way to the field and/or community.
ARTHC
499R
 Hours0.5 - 6.0 Credit, 0.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 Taught 
 ProgramsContaining ARTHC 499R
Course Outcomes: 

Additional Honors Requirements

Students will achieve the same learning outcomes listed in ArtHC 498 in addition to the requirements of the Honors Program.

Preparing Research Papers for Publication

Student will refine a previously researched paper according to the publication standards of a specific art history journal.

Art History Theory

Students will be able to articulate and employ sophisticated theoretical models used by art historians.

Direct Mentorship

Students will work closely with a full-time Art History faculty member and the Honor's coordinator to complete an complete, competent, and cogent Honors thesis. They will be mentored at each stage of the process from the research and planning phase through to the oral defense.