ENGH 495: Capstone and Thesis
ENGH 495-002: Capstone and Thesis
04:30 PM to 07:10 PM R
Section Information for Spring 2017
ENGH 495 002 enrollment is controlled. Students must contact the undergraduate advisor, Laura Scott (email@example.com) for approval to register.
Course Information from the University Catalog
Presentations of original work for critique by peers and faculty. Students synthesize what they have learned during prior work in the program through workshops for final revisions of manuscripts for the BFA portfolio. Students submit the revised manuscripts as their final submission for evaluation by faculty. Students receive guidance in research methods as they investigate the lives of writers and learn the procedures for such tasks as submitting original work for publication and applying for jobs. May not be repeated for credit.
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