LSHV-497 Thesis Proposal Workshop
Duggan, M.; Duke, E.; Gillis, C.; Johnson, A.
The Workshop is required of all Masters' candidates as well as all Bachelors' candidates who elect the thesis option. The Thesis Proposal Workshop consists of four two-hour sessions; students must attend all four sessions of the Workshop. There are no exceptions. Each student is guided through the creation of a thesis proposal, which over the course of the semester must be approved by the mentor chosen by the student, by the professor conducting the Workshop, and then the Associate Director of the Graduate Liberal Studies Degree Program. This is a zero-credit, zero-tuition course that you must register for in the semester before you register for the Thesis Research/Thesis Writing course. The grade is a "Pass" or "Fail." The Workshop cannot be taken at the same time of the Research/Writing classes. Satisfactory completion of this workshop is necessary before registering for the Thesis Research/Thesis Writing course. You may also be registered for another course in the semester in which you register for the Thesis Proposal Workshop. Also read further information on the thesis preparation process by going to the Graduate Liberal Studies Degree Program website: http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/9/master-of-arts-in-liberal-studies/resources-and-policies.cfm#thesis. Note: During the Fall and Spring terms the zero-credit Thesis Proposal Workshop, taken in conjunction with a three-credit course, constitutes half-time enrollment status.
Prerequisites: Liberal Studies students only
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