Honours Program Preference
Students should select one of the following two Honours strands:
1. Full thesis Honours
A candidate in this stream will produce a research thesis of 12,500 words and not undertake any major creative
tical / Article Honours
A candidate enrolled in this strand will produce a substantial creative piece (eg exhibition, new creative text,
folio of compositions / images) and develop a journal article in the style of a chosen and reputable journal. In
addition, a research folio is submitted which supplements the article.
Title of proposed research project
. . .
Aims of your proposed honours research and research question
Normally 3-4 aims a
re expected e.g. “To created a series of photographic images that encapsulate the concept of intensity.” A
research question example would be: In what ways can a photographic artist capture the concept of intensity in a series of
Brief outline of proposed research
Including scope, nature of practice, resources/equipment needed for the project, timelines
Scope of the project (give a brief overview):
Nature of the practice or creative work (if this strand is chosen):
esources / equipment needed for the project:
Key milestone points during the year that would need to be achieved:
hich member/s of staff have you discussed your proposal?