Integrative Thesis Process and Project A
This course or its companion, EMM-628, will be taken sequentially for a total of 9 credit hours, to support the spiral, iterative and critique-assimilating nature of thesis production. Through systematic examination, the student will consider social impacts; develop a project plan; establish goals and objectives; collect and analyze information; and work toward delivery of a conceptual prototype agreed upon by the student and faculty advisor. Students will also be guided toward the realization of a written embodiment of the project, in the form of a thesis which reviews the theoretical constructs underlying their project, and includes the central question, project description, and related documentation. Offered Fall, Spring & Summer
Prerequisite: Complete 38 credits in EMM courses.
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