The Honors Thesis program provides students from all disciplines the opportunity to engage in original and independent research as principal investigators. Over the course of two to four semesters, students work closely with a faculty committee to research, write, defend and publish an Honors thesis that serves as the capstone product of their undergraduate career. This thesis is published through the university library and is available to researchers worldwide through electronic databases. Upon successful completion of the program, students earn the Honors distinction by selecting one of the three thesis options:
Visit the Honors Undergraduate Thesis Program website for more information.
The following links are meant to help students find answers to their Honors Undergraduate Theses questions--all links point to information one the Honors Undergraduate Thesis website. For specific questions regarding your HUT thesis, please contact your thesis advisor or email the Office of Honors Research.
The Honors Undergraduate Theses collection contains records for all Honors Theses completed at UCF, over half of which are available only in print in the UCF Libraries. If your Honors thesis is only in print, you can help us make it available online for use by researchers around the world by downloading and filling out the distribution consent form, or contact the project coordinator, Kerri Bottorff, for more information.
Honors Theses Written from 1990 to 2010: There are two fully cataloged print copies of most honors theses (one in General Collection and one in Special Collections) which are classified into the established common call number for theses: LD19972.F96T45 (year). Many of these print copies can be found along the perimeter of the 3rd floor of Hitt Library.
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