Final Paper Overview

Upon satisfactory completion of all seminar and other requirements, students register for their Final Project and are assigned a Mentor from the Faculty. At the beginning of this section of “Program Information” there is a major summary of what the project is to do and many examples of them. As to style, and format, the Final Project and any formal papers for earlier credits, when in English, must conform to A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Eighth Edition; (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013) by Kate L. Turabian, revised by Wayne C. Booth, et.al.. Also valuable because it is more specialized is Quality Research Papers for Students of Religion and Theology:Third Edition; (Grand Rapids, Zondervan, 2014), by Nancy Jean Vyhmeister. When approved to write in another language, comparable authoritative guides must be used.