The senior thesis/project is a concentrated in-depth hands-on interdisciplinary research study, project, or creative arts project in the area of the student's concentration. Required course ENVS 201 Research Methods prepares the student to conduct research and write the proposal for their thesis/project. Upon approval of the proposal, which must receive a minimum grade of B, the student then enrolls in six credits of ENVS 202 Senior Thesis/Project, work with a minimum of two advisors/evaluators: one must be an ENVS full-time faculty member. Completion of the thesis/project is encouraged within one year of finishing ENVS 201. The six 202 credits may be divided between the fall or spring semesters as they best fit into the student's schedule, not necessarily when the work is being done.
Important Preliminary Information on planning, requirements, credits and advising
Please review and use the following forms:
- ENVS 202 Senior Thesis and Project Important Information
- ENVS 201/202 Responsibilities for Students and Advisor/Evaluators
- Program Honors Guidelines
- Evaluator Agreement Form - (to be signed by all advisor/evaluators upon approval of the proposal and before the work gets underway)
- Evaluation Form for ENVS 202 Project
- Evaluation Form for ENVS 202 Research
- Evaluation Form for ENVS 202 Creative Arts Project
- ENVS Electronic Thesis Database
- Senior Theses/Projects and Internships by Subject
- Senior Theses/Projects and Internships by Year
For more information contact Kit Anderson, ENVS 202 Thesis/Project Coordinator.