Marymount University

Graduate Catalog 2013-14

HUM 695 Master's Project

This course offers the student an opportunity to research and write a substantial and original critical/interpretive thesis on an interdisciplinary topic in the humanities, and to present its main features to an audience of peers and faculty members. This thesis must demonstrate the student’s ability to integrate materials from different disciplines, and must support independent conclusions in writing of commendable quality. Students who do not fulfill all of the course requirements and are not eligible for an incomplete will receive an IP grade. Students must register for HUM 695C and pay a registration fee. The continuation carries no credit, and it may only be taken twice. Prerequisites: completion of 8 graduate courses. (3)

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