The goals of this year-long course are to improve the quality of theses, and to strengthen the research and writing skills of students. The specific objectives for this half of the course include: (1) helping students formulate manageable research questions and (2) identifying resources for addressing those questions. Students craft a satisfactory thesis proposal and a working resource list. Assignments for the course align with the established deadlines for Union theses and are based on milestones in the process of completing a master’s thesis. UT 150 and UT 151 must be taken sequentially in one academic year.
Notes: Pass/fail. Highly recommended for MDiv students writing a thesis, and second-year MA students.
- Professor: Amy E Meverden