All students are required to take both courses.
Majors must construct, in consultation with faculty and the director, an area of emphasis designed to develop depth and concentration of knowledge. At least one course must be a REST methods course or other methods course appropriate to the area of emphasis. All areas of emphasis and their course lists must be approved by the director.
Majors, in consultation with faculty and the director, must take four courses selected to complement the area of emphasis.
REST 401 (2 credits), 402 (2-4 credits)
Students should enroll in REST 401 in the first semester of their senior year. This 2-credit course will bring together all graduating majors and will be an opportunity to develop both common understanding of REST and individual senior projects tied to areas of emphases. In the second semester, students will enroll in REST 402 and work independently under the supervision of seminar faculty and faculty advisors to complete their senior project.