The honors thesis is a project of research, scholarship, or creative activity completed by an honors student under the mentorship of a thesis adviser, a faculty member of the student's choice whose area of expertise relates directly to the subject matter of the thesis.
Upon its completion and approval, a student's honors thesis is published in Augusta University's scholarly commons library repository. The honors program will also pay for the binding of two copies, one given to the student and one housed in the Quad Wall Building.
The graduation application must be submitted to the Augusta University Registrar as well as to the Director of the Honors Program by midterm of the term preceding your final semester of coursework. Remember to keep a copy for your personal records.