The Integrated Studies degree is a writing-intensive major that requires the completion of a senior thesis. This should be a challenging, rewarding process that allows you to explore an academic field of study that intersects with your two emphases. For example, if a student has Spanish and Communication emphases, they might write a thesis addressing how to market to the growing Latino population in the United States.
Above all, make your research and writing as enjoyable a process as possible!
|Student Name||Emphases of Student||Thesis Title|
|Ruth Galvez||Behavioral Science & Spanish||Latino Youth:Finding Self-Actualization|
|Wendy Bulkley||Business Management & Physical Education||Recreation for All: Grant Proposal for Washington City Recreation|
|Kelly Stowell||Business Management & Psychology||The Little Salt Lake Valley Equestrian Village: A Community that Makes Horse Sense|
|Nathan Bigler||Military Studies & Business||The U.S. Army and Its Use of Business Management Theory|
|Allen Hill||Philosophy & English
||Sophia: A Curated Work in Progress|
|Sarah Frederick||Community Health & Sociology||AIDS: Women and Society in Africa|
|Ivan Warren Kirk||Social Science & Behavioral Science||Argentine Social and Immigration Patterns in Utah|
|Aaron D. Olson||Philosophy / History / Social Science||"Estoy es el Lugar Derecho" Understanding Why Utah Remains a Zion for Illegal Immigrants:
Mormonism's Unique Tolerance for Illegal Immigration
|Danny B. Stewart||History and Social Science||Cryptozoology is a legitimate scientific field worthy of the same level of
attention and respect that any other science is allotted
|Connie M. Richardson||Biology and Environmental Studies||Development in Rural Mexico: A Case Study of Tamaula, Mexico|
You can find more examples of recent senior theses in UVU's digital archive.