The Honors in the Major (HIM) Program is designed to encourage the best juniors and seniors to undertake original and independent work in their major field. Established in 1989, Honors in the Major is the oldest and most prestigious undergraduate research program at UCF. It is the only undergraduate research program at UCF in which students are required to undertake original and innovative research as principal investigators. In this program, students research, write, defend and publish an original Honors thesis that serves as the capstone product of their undergraduate career. This thesis is published through the university library and is available to researchers worldwide through electronic databases.
This collection contains records for Honors in the Major theses completed at UCF. Links to electronic versions are included when available. If your Honors thesis is only in print, you can help us make it available online for use by researchers around the world by downloading and filling out the distribution consent form here.
For additional information about the Honors in the Major Program, please contact the Office of Research and Civic Engagement at HonorsResearch@ucf.edu or (407) 823-6402.
For additional assistance locating an HIM thesis, please contact the Digital Collections Project Coordinator, Kerri Bottorff
Current students: a guide to uploading your completed thesis is available for download here.
Theses from 2017
Views of Reality: Perceptions of Police Responses to Mentally Ill People, Kiara L. Gonzalez Cruz
Florida's Workers Compensation Law: The Pendulum Swings, Ursula Hirsch
Faith in a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Star Wars as Religion, Darryl B. Hunter II
Defining A Person: The Nurse At Risk For Compassion Fatigue, Ellen Johnston
Blankets of Memory: Short Stories, Kyle S. Kubik
The Response of Satellite Glial Cells to P2X7 Receptor Activation, Christina D. Kursewicz
Metamorphosis of Love: Eros as Agent in Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary France, Jennifer N. Laffick
Do Different Personality Types Differ in Level of Confirmation Bias?, Allison J. Long