AFRS 4790 - Africana Studies Senior Honors Project/Thesis
Students complete the research, analysis, writing, and oral presentation of the honors project/thesis under the supervision of an honors faculty advisor. The project/thesis must address any aspect of African and African Diaspora affairs (including African American life); and must be driven by the quest to solve an applied problem, or develop a better understanding of a theoretical or practical issue. The final product may be in form of a digital (e.g., web-based), textual (a minimum of 20-page paper, double-spaced), database development, or creative work; and must demonstrate evidence of scholarly rigor, intellectual curiosity, and creative problem-solving.
Credit Hours: (3)
Restriction(s): Africana Studies major with a GPA of at least 3.25 in all Africana Studies courses counted toward the major and taken at UNC Charlotte, GPA of at least 3.0 for all coursework taken at UNC Charlotte, and approval of a project/thesis proposal through the Honors College Application to Candidacy process the semester prior to taking the course.
Prerequisite(s): AFRS 3290 (Honors section) or AFRS 4010 (Honors section) with a grade of B or above
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