ITSC 4750 - Honors Thesis
The Honors Thesis is an individualized experience that is developed by each student under the supervision of a faculty member (the honors project advisor). An independent thesis project combines a research agenda with appropriate exploratory practices. In keeping with the nature of the disciplines of the College of Computing and Informatics, the final product of these theses may vary to include (but not be limited to) a written document, an app, or a system. In all cases, written documentation of the research performed and, if applicable, the development process leading to a prototype system, is required for the purposes of evaluation.
Credit Hours: (3)
Restriction(s): Permission of instructor and approval of a proposal through the Honors College Application to Candidacy process the semester prior to enrollment in the course.
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