GLOS 3981W: Capstone Seminar

3 CreditsWriting Intensive

In the Capstone Seminar, students will write a 25-30 page undergraduate thesis on a self-defined topic related to their thematic and/or regional concentration. The course is designed to support academic research and writing in an interdisciplinary field, and to provide students a space to synthesize what they have learned in the classroom, through study abroad, in internships, and from life experiences. Students can expect lecture, class discussion, small-group work and peer review, and one-on-one meetings with the instructor. Prereq: dept consent

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