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MFA: Capstone, Part One The MFA Capstone is a two-part process, Thesis I and Thesis II respectively. Each is one semester long. If necessary, Thesis I or Thesis II can be extended to two semesters. Thesis I requires a completed draft of the envisioned work. Students then register for Thesis II, in which they refine the draft into a book-length work of acceptable literary quality that shows mastery of the craft. Students are required to write a critical preface in which they discuss their process in writing the thesis and explore the subjects and themes contained therein. Special registration required for both semesters of Thesis. Please contact your advisor or the program office.
Brandon, John, "WRIT8491-JB.Thesis I.F15.Brandon,John" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 6285.