Undergraduate Honors Theses

 

The collection includes honors theses submitted to the Honors College by Ball State University undergraduate students in partial fulfillment of degree requirements.

Recent Submissions

  • Thurlow, Taylor (2015-05)
    Resident Assistants (RAs) have a challenging position. They are in charge of a floor or a hall of college students and perform various duties to ensure the best success of the students. For some universities, the RAs are ...
  • Sobey, Joy (2015-05)
    Information Technology (IT) is one of the most crucial departments in nearly every successful business. This Thesis outlines the most important aspects of managing IT, in order to keep the IT side of a business running ...
  • Settecerri, Lauren (2015-05)
    A term commonly used within the realm of Autism Spectrum Disorders, theory of mind (ToM) has recently been found to have connections with the deaf and hard of hearing community, and especially among school-aged children. ...
  • Schubert, Michelle (2015-05)
    Special needs children struggle to develop both physically and mentally, as normal tasks are significantly more challenging, if not impossible to complete independently. Therapeutic riding is an outlet that offers students ...
  • Klemm, Sarah (2015-05)
    This Honors Thesis Project is a compilation of the research, practicing, and final performance for my Senior flute recital. Included is a copy of the program along with program notes for each of the pieces. The Artist's ...

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