Honors Thesis Political Science
Students admitted to the program work on an original research project with an individual faculty advisor on a Political Science topic of their own choosing.
The expectation is that the final product will be a research paper roughly 50 pages in length, to be completed by the end of the following winter quarter.
If the committee determines at this meeting that insufficient progress has been made on the thesis, the thesis project will be terminated.
In this case the student will receive four SHUs political science credit.
The permanent faculty list is at the department website or at the undergraduate counseling office in 4269 Bunche Hall.
All thesis writers in Political Science must enroll in seminar PS 198.
Professor Richard Eichenberg's office hours: Tuesday/Thursday -pm in the lobby/atrium of the Granoff Music Center, 28 Talbot St (next to Cohen Auditorium) The following senior theses were written under the guidance of faculty members in the Department of Political Science.
If you are a junior majoring in political science and wish to write an honors thesis, you must submit an application by late April.
Application forms will be available in the Political Science Department and here.