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The Senior Seminar is designed to permit students to integrate elements of previous course-work into a step-by-step development and completion of a senior research project. It will involve discussing the common history topic for the semester, and researching, writing, completing and presenting a research paper on a topic developed during the Fall semester. The seminar will require application of historical methods by discussion, extensive reading, and writing. One seminar is given each term; no more than two seminars are to be counted for major credit.

Prerequisite: HIS 287 or permission of the instructor.

Program: History

Credit: 3

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