HIST 490: Directed Research
Term: Spring Fall
Under the direct supervision of a faculty member, a student may pursue a research project of his/her own design. The student must
produce a substantive research paper in which he/she engages substantially with primary sources. The paper should result in either a
conference presentation or submission for publication. This course can substitute for one of the 400-level courses required for the major,
but may not be repeated for credit. Must be arranged between a faculty member and a student.
Prerequisites: The Historian's Craft: Methods and Approaches in the Study of History, or permission of the instructor