A two-page thesis prospectus accompanied by a one-page bibliography is due to Eileen Robinson and DUS. This prospectus must be approved by your advisor and will provide the basis for the conversations you will have with the Undergraduate Committee later that month when you meet to discuss your thesis proposal.
Individual meetings with the undergraduate committee for feedback on the proposal, and guidance on moving forward.
Classics concentrators will translate two passages in either Greek or Latin. The exam will be held virtually for Fall 2020.
Papers must have pledge signed and be handed in to advisor.
First (draft) chapter of senior thesis due to advisor.
Applications available via the University's Student Activities Funding Engine.
Senior Thesis Due: Two bound copies of the thesis and one electronic copy due by 3PM in the Department.*
*Nota bene: late submissions will be penalized -3% per day.
Papers with signed pledged must be handed in to advisor.
This exam concerns both Greek literature, history, culture and Roman literature, history, and culture. Exam will be administered in 161 East Pyne.
Upper Hyphen Chancellor Green - East Pyne