Senior Honors Thesis
The senior thesis is a rewarding and demanding undertaking which requires a student to study independently and in great depth. Students use their knowledge from previous study in the field to inform their research and they may choose to do this for several reasons.
First, it is an opportunity for a student to pursue a specialized area of interest that may eventually contribute to the field of knowledge. Second, it teaches critical analysis and research skills while allowing the student to establish a close working relationship with a faculty mentor. Third, the final body of work can help strengthen a student's resume for a future job or for graduate school. And finally, the distinction of Honors, High Honors, or Highest Honors will only be awarded to those majors enrolled in the thesis program in Computer Science.
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