The thesis is a comprehensive paper written in a specific worship discipline and selected in consultation between the student and approved faculty. It should illustrate a thorough understanding and mastery of research techniques and demonstrate a level of original discovery suitable for graduate work on the master’s level. The final document should also reflect the ability of the student to integrate the various facets of course preparation to practical research in the field of music and worship.
Any student who will not be able to complete and defend his/her thesis in the course of a single semester may be required to take WRSP 689 – Thesis Proposal and Research, and repeat the course each semester until deemed ready for enrollment in WRSP 690.
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