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If you are considering continuing your philosophical pursuits after
you graduate, if you are heading into another field of graduate or
professional study, or just for the bragging rights, a senior thesis may
be for you. You will work closely with a faculty member, throughout
your senior year, on your own, original research project.
Advance planning is crucial. You need a thesis proposal, a
thesis director, and a second reader in place by spring of your junior
year. It is not crazy to be thinking about what you might work on / who
you might work with in your sophomore year and you should be honing
your ideas with a potential advisor by fall of your junior year.
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