The Honors Undergraduate Thesis Program provides students from all disciplines the opportunity to engage in original and independent research as principal investigators. Over the course of two to four semesters, students work closely with a faculty committee to research, write, defend and publish an 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. Please visit the Honors Undergraduate Thesis website for compete information.
This collection contains records for Honors 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 Undergraduate Thesis Program, please contact the Office of Honors Research at HonorsResearch@ucf.edu or (407) 823-2076.
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 2018
Mobility and Collapse: Stable Isotope Analysis of Oxygen-18 Isotopes from Ancient Mexico, Melanie L. St. Pierre
Prone Positioning in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Patients, Sarah Rose H. Thornton
Exploring What It Is Like to Be an Undocumented Alien in Seek of Healthcare, Eliany C. Torrez Pon
A Content Analysis of Jihadist Magazines: Theoretical Perspectives, Catalina M. Udani
Mutual Gaze Among Strangers, Allie Vaknin
An Exploration of Research and Resources Related to Aphasia: Creating a Resource Guide, Lexie Anne Velez Diaz
Corruption: Brazil's Everlasting Parasite, Patricia Vilhena
Blogging for Profit in the 21st Century: An Autoethnographic Analysis, Samantha L. Warren
The Power in Multiplying: Growth in New Religious Movements, Nicole Wrobel
Theses from 2017
Exploration of Bioactive Compounds of Ginger as a Folk Remedy for Migraines, Nathan Vorbes Aleger