2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CLITR 4349 Senior Thesis in Literary Criticism

The student chooses a subject for investigation and writes an extensive essay of about forty pages, working individually with the guidance of an appropriate faculty member. A thesis proposal, including project description and preliminary bibliography, must be submitted to the department for approval in the semester previous to enrollment. The thesis project is available only to English majors who have completed 90 credits, including at least 6 credits of CLITR or CHUMS courses at the 3000 level. This course may not be elected in the same semester as CLITR 4340, senior seminar with critical methods. For more detailed guidelines, contact the Humanities Division.




6 credits of CLITR or CHUMS courses at the 3000-level


Fall and Spring