Honours Thesis II CRIM 499 (9)
An honours thesis is a research report written under the supervision of a faculty member, a copy of which is to be permanently lodged in the School of Criminology. Students are required to attend a weekly seminar at which various issues associated with the linking of theory and method are examined and where students can both discuss their progress and share their research experiences. On completion, the thesis is to be orally defended in a school seminar. Open only to students who have been admitted to the criminology honours program. Students are not permitted to take other courses while enrolled in this course. Prerequisite: A minimum grade of B in CRIM 490 and 491 is required.