Students may undertake an independent creative project during the last year of their theatre major. In the past, students have created and performed solo shows, mounted musicals and new plays, created installations, and written research papers. Ultimately, the project must be steeped in the discipline’s creative process. Interested students build a committee of three tenure-track faculty members who will guide the student in their project and serve on the one-hour oral examination committee. Students will enroll in 4 hours (10 maximum) of 4998 research credit in the Department of Theatre with their advisor. Upon successful completion, student will graduate with “Distinction in Theatre.” Applications are due two semesters before the intended graduate date. For more information, call the Arts Honors Director at 614-292-2090 or visit the College of Arts and Sciences Advising & Academics website for Graduation. Other questions about Distinction in the Arts should be directed to Jennifer Schlueter, Director of Undergraduate Studies.