The Honors Thesis is the culmination of the Honors Program, and for many students, the most significant single academic endeavor of their college career. Students complete the four-credit-hour thesis project over at least two semesters, usually their last two semesters before graduation. Students work closely with a thesis committee to plan and conduct the thesis project. The thesis topic and academic credit can be in one’s major or another area of study and must include some original research or scholarly contribution. In addition to allowing students to pursue individual academic interests, the thesis project is excellent preparation for students planning to pursue graduate studies.

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Theses from 1967

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Nineteenth Century German Art Song: A Research Paper, Kathlyn A. Ramsey

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The Isolato of the American Novel, Martha Ann Rayfield

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"Laboratory Work" in Library Science, Marty Rayfield

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A Beginning Survey of Sociological Theory, Kathryn A. Shaddox

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Five Novels, Rich Terry

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Special Studies in Biochemical Instrumental Methods, Parvin Waymack

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Restaurants of Arkadelphia, Sharon Windham

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Contemporary Religious Leaders: Men of Thought and Action, Peggy Woodruff

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English Social Development: A Movement Preluded by English Education, 1800-1850, Peggy Woodruff

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English Social Development: A Movement Preluded by English Education, 1851-1910, Peggy Woodruff

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The Group Method of Piano Instruction: What May Be Taught and How to Teach It, Carolyn Yeldell

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The Oratorio: Paradox in Music, Carolyn Yeldell

Theses from 1966

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Clinical Psychology, Nancy Adams

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The Development of the Slide Rule, Robert Bray

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Modern Concepts of Schizophrenia, Wanda Hamilton

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The Memory Unit of a Digital Computer, Bobby Ridgell

Theses from 1965

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A Study of Self-Concepts of the Baptist Student Union and the Christian Commission Union at Ouachita Baptist University, Mack Blackwell

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Significance of Religion for the Individual, Mack Blackwell

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A Study of the Economic Factors of the Tennessee Valley Authority, Judy Branch

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The Apostle Paul, Gail Cooper

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Economic Education in Arkadelphia Elementary Schools, Judy Crumby

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The Tennessee Valley Authority: Its History, Judy Crumby

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Coordination Compounds and Complex Ions, Carole Nelson

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Songs of Innocence versus Songs of Experience: A Study of William Blake, Rose Ray

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Love: The Essence of Life, Lane H. Strother

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Frederic Joliot-Curie and Atomic Energy by Pierre Biquard pp. 109-211, Donald Printest Watkins

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Hallucinogenic Drugs, James S. Watkins