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The Honors Senior Thesis

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Most academic departments at Dominican University of California require a Senior Thesis, a one-year culminating experience that offers evidence of accomplishment in a discipline or area of inquiry. It can take many forms: a research document, a case study, a novel, a portfolio of poetry, a performance, an exhibit, a mathematical demonstration or a computer program.

A Senior Thesis becomes an Honors Thesis when it meets an unusually high standard of excellence as determined by the unanimous vote of a Thesis Committee composed of at least three faculty members, one of whom is the honors Director or a member of the Honors Board.

Honors Program Scholar

In order to graduate as an Honors Program Scholar, students must complete the Honors GE courses, have an overall grade point average of 3.50, and complete the Honors Senior Thesis.

Elizabeth Castellanos, 2013 Graduate of the Honors Program
Elizabeth Castellanos 


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