This course provides qualified students with an opportunity to write an Honours thesis based on original research in an area related to their specialization or major(s) for which faculty supervision is available. The thesis builds on current scholarship with a strong emphasis on the use of primary sources (in ancient languages and/or translation). The course is strongly recommended for students considering graduate studies. Students are not permitted to obtain credit for more than one Honours thesis. PREREQ: A minimum overall GPA of 7 (75-79% or B+), completion of at least 84 university credits, and permission of the department or school. Students must normally submit their research proposal to the department chair by March 31 to register in the next academic year. (tut 3) cr 6.