Honors Theses

Eligibility

A student with 3.0 QPR at the end of three years of collegiate study, and of 3.2 in a major concentration may write an Honors Thesis in order to graduate from SCSU with Departmental Honors.

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Procedures


List of Honors Theses

The faculty research interests can be found here.

YEAR

Student

Advisor

Thesis Title

2011

Robert Benway

R. DeCesare

The significance of real-life connections in middle and high school mathematics classes

2011

Rachael Ivison

T. Bennett

Bezier curves: An investigation into mathematical curves and handwriting

2011

Danielle Krueger

R. DeCesare

The effects of early access algebra on students' attitudes towards mathematics

2010

Daniel Radil

J. Fields

A discussion of multinomial coefficients and their properties

2009

Cameron Bishop

J. Hong

Integral closure of ideals

2007

Melissa Harrigan

R. Mugno

Maximization of Profit : An application of the bootstrap and regression analysis

2003

Mihaela Facaianu

T. Bennett

The proportional plan and the electoral college. A new analysis of the electoral college using the Shapley-Shubik index.

2003

Jonathan Knickerbocker

J. Fields

Conditions for the existence of finite projective planes

2002

David Fried

J. Fields

Deconstructing polyominoes