URBAN AND REGIONAL STUDIES

URBAN AND REGIONAL STUDIES

Note: Urban and Regional Studies courses are offered by the Department of Geography.

URBAN AND REGIONAL STUDIES 4995
Undergraduate Thesis

Credit hours: 6.0
Contact hours: Variable

This is an intensive, research-oriented course in which students will conduct empirical research, submit a report in the form of an undergraduate thesis which will be made publicly available, and report orally on the work.

Prerequisites: Fourth-year standing (a minimum of 90.0 credit hours) with a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher.

Completion of an Independent Study (3990) or an Applied Study (3980) course (3.0 credit hours) with an Urban and Regional Studies focus.

Approval of the Coordinator of Urban and Regional Studies.

Note: Contact hours will vary. Students should be aware that this course involves regular contact with the Thesis Supervisor as well as considerable independent work.

See Part 7 - Arts and Science, Sections 5.c. (p. 90), 6.c. (p. 92), and 7.c. (p. 93).