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Thesis Option | Department of Computer Science
Graduate students preparing to complete a thesis, report, dissertation or treatise have access to guidelines to ensure their work is properly submitted by the deadlines required for graduation. Find out how to apply to graduate, as well as how—and when—to submit your thesis or dissertation and other required items. From forming a dissertation committee to certifying academic credentials, doctoral students must take steps to formally advance to candidacy. But there are still steps required of those preparing for graduation. ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.
Yes, although you have to petition the college Office of the Dean of Students by the end of 10th week of fall quarter. The environmental and urban studies major requires that you take a BA colloquium to guide you in the writing of your BA thesis. If you are a double major and have petitioned the college to use one thesis for both majors, you may choose which major to take the BA colloquium in. The environmental and urban studies department encourages students to take the BA colloquium in the environmental and urban studies major, as it will help them meet the deadlines for the ENST major. Should you choose to take the BA colloquium in your second major, you will need to make sure you stay up to date with the requirements for the environmental and urban studies major and you should schedule meetings with the BA preceptors in ENST to ensure you are staying on track.
Our undergraduates complete a 2-semester research project in their senior year. During Fall they choose a topic, and begin work. The research is completed in Spring, and then written up and presented in a seminar.