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How to Create an Effective Thesis Statement in 5 Easy Steps

Creating a thesis statement can be a daunting task. It’s one of the most important sentences in your paper, and it needs to be done right. But don’t worry — with these five easy steps, you’ll be able to create an effective thesis statement in no time.

Step 1: Brainstorm Ideas

The first step is to brainstorm ideas for your paper. Think about what you want to say and write down any ideas that come to mind. This will help you narrow down your focus and make it easier to create your thesis statement.

Step 2: Research Your Topic

Once you have some ideas, it’s time to do some research on your topic. Look for sources that support your ideas and provide evidence for the points you want to make. This will help you refine your argument and make it more convincing.

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Now that you have done some research, it’s time to formulate your argument. Take the points you want to make and put them into one or two sentences that clearly state what your paper is about. This will be the basis of your thesis statement.

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Once you have formulated your argument, it’s time to refine your thesis statement. Make sure that it is clear, concise, and specific. It should also be arguable so that readers can disagree with it if they choose.

Step 5: Test Your Thesis Statement

The last step is to test your thesis statement. Does it accurately reflect the points you want to make? Is it clear and concise? Does it make an arguable point? If not, go back and refine it until it meets all of these criteria.

Creating an effective thesis statement doesn’t have to be a daunting task. With these five easy steps, you can create a strong thesis statement in no time at all.

This text was generated using a large language model, and select text has been reviewed and moderated for purposes such as readability.


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CMC Senior Theses

CMC gives yearly awards for the best theses. Search on the award title in quotes will result in a list of the award winning theses:

  • Best Senior Thesis in Biological Sciences
  • Best Senior Thesis in Environment, Economics, and Politics
  • Best Senior Thesis in Gender Studies
  • Best Senior Thesis in Government
  • Best Senior Thesis in History
  • Best Senior Thesis in Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Best Senior Thesis in International Relations
  • Best Senior Thesis in Literature
  • Best Senior Thesis in Mathematical Sciences
  • Best Senior Thesis in Military Science
  • Best Senior Thesis in Modern Languages and Literatures
  • Best Senior Thesis in Neuroscience
  • Best Senior Thesis in Philosophy
  • Best Senior Thesis in Psychology
  • Best Senior Thesis in Psychological Sciences
  • Best Senior Thesis in Public Policy
  • Best Senior Thesis in Religious Studies
  • Best Senior Thesis in Science Management
  • Robert Day School Prize for Best Senior Thesis in Economics and Finance
  • Robert Day School Prize for Best Senior Thesis in Economics (Accounting) and Finance
  • Fulbright Fellowship

Please NOTE the theses in this collection are Undergraduate Senior Theses completed by Senior Undergraduate students who have received a bachelor's degree. Many are made Openly Accessible at the request of the Author. Some authors have chosen to keep their These closed to the current faculty, students, and staff of the Claremont Colleges. If you are not a current member and cannot download, note that we cannot provide you access to the Theses.

Senior Theses from 2023 2023

Humor or Rumor? Differentiating Between Irony and Xenophobia in Ancient Roman Representations of Judaism and the Cult of Isis , Kimiko Adler

Renewable Portfolio Standards: Effectiveness and Carbon Implications , Alexander S. Albrecht

Is There a “Sin Premium” Abroad? An Investigation into Chinese Sin Stocks , Joshua C. Allen

Examining how the Cultural Differences Between Countries Influence Individual’s Perceptions of a Successful Leader , Karen Almachi

Defining and Differentiating the Processes of Gentrification and Social Mixing Based on Findings within Chicago, IL , Mia Almond

From Equality to Equity: California K-12 School District Funding Since Proposition 13 , Julian Amaya

Education for Foster Youth: Pennsylvania vs. California , Tatiana Amaya

The Effectiveness of Housing First in Reducing Homelessness in the United States , Christopher Amemiya

The Paycheck Protection Program's Effect on Real Estate Prices , Someswar Amujala

Modi’s India: How Modi And the BJP Used Social Media and Misinformation to Gain Social Control In India , Aryan Mohit Anand

Gender Diversity in Private Equity: The Making of a Deal , Trevor Anderson

To ESG or Not to ESG? The Looming Decision for American State Pension Funds , Joshua Angle

A Theory of (In)justice: The Failure of Tort Law to Secure Equal Respect for Women and a Feminist Contractarian Framework for Reform , Eva Augst

The Gay Science: Power on the Body, Population, and Psyche , Nicola Augustyn

Utilizing Machine Learning in Healthcare in an Ethical Fashion , Nishka Ayyar

Equity financing choices as a market signal? Differences in CVC and IVC-backed companies’ Tobin’s Q post-IPO , Michal Bachar

North Korea’s China Shock , Byoungjoon Bae

The ILM Industrial Complex: Star Wars and VFX in the Digital Age , Jane Baldwin


Excuse Me, Everybody , Noah G. Battaglia

Playing Mastermind: The Manipulation of Ideological Criticism in the Quest for Global Hegemony , Katherine Beinkampen

Have Mega-Pass Mountain Resorts Continued to Charge Higher Lift Ticket Price Premiums? , Roman Bergeron

The Impeachment Ten: What Explains the Ten House Republicans who took the Courageous Vote to Impeach President Trump , Marshall Bessey

he Impact of COVID-19 on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises(MSMEs) Loan Repayment Rates in India , Ravraj Singh Bhullar

Defining the "Quadruple-A" Player: What Makes a Baseball Player Succeed in the Minor Leagues and Fail in the Major Leagues? , Sam Bogen

Foreign Lobbying in the United States: Influence and Information , Jacob Boles

Regulation is at the heart of bilingual language control , Nathaniel Braswell

At the Intersection of Identity: An Exploration of Sense of Belonging and Depression , Kalah Brown

A Comparative Study on How Governments and Outside Entities Responded to Natural Disasters: Haiti 2010, Ecuador 2016, and Japan 2011 Earthquakes , Cindy Burga-Romero

Cryptocurrency and Stock Market Returns: Implications for Modern Investors , Christian Campbell

Sarbanes-Oxley: Quantifying the Effect of Section 404 on Financial Reporting , Anthony NV Carrano

Who Is An Independent Voter? An Extensive Review of Arizona Independent Voters and Their Impact on Statewide Elections , Jacey Carter

Minimum Wages and Educational Attainment: The Effect of Minimum Wage Changes on High School Graduation Rates , Rhett Carter

Pressing the Verdict: The Social Influence of Pretrial Publicity on Juror Biases , Kara Cato

If You Lived Here, You Would Already Be Home: A Novella , Annie Cave

Finding Answers in Gaps: The relationship between drugs and Mexico's Economy , Mariela Centeno

Exploring how Determinants of the Gender Wage Gap in the United States have Changed Women’s Wages over time, Highlighting Changes During the COVID-19 Period , Vikram Chatterjee

Balancing Trade and Security during the US-China Trade War: A Gravity Model Approach to South Korea’s Relations with the United States and China , Nathalie Chavez

A Review Examining Biases in Workplace Hiring and Promotion Processes , Claire Chen

Shaping Knowledge with Distortions: Museums as Oppressive Spaces and Hermeneutical Injustice , Fangzhangyi Chen

How did investors in the United States financial market react to the Evergrande Crisis? , Katherine Chen

The Effect of COVID-19 on Cross-Border Tax Avoidance For Washington Border Counties , Qiaoling Chen


Analyzing Trends in the Global Electric Vehicle Conversation on Twitter , Samuel Chotzen

Sexed Propensities and Gendered Penalties?: An Analysis of the Economic Outcomes of Transgender People , Jiwon Chung

Psychedelic-assisted therapy: Support for the REBUS hypothesis and its application to specific psychiatric illnesses , Wren Cilimburg

Portrait of an Insecure Young Man; An Exploration of the Online Propagation of Mewing , Jamie Cockburn

Executive Option Mix and Firm Litigation Risk , Andrew Cohen

Does Firm Payout Behavior Serve as a Signal for Future Profitability? , Michael Colangelo

The Los Angeles Police Department after the End of the Consent Decree , Daniela Corona

The effects of UV-B radiation on crop yields across 4 countries from 1966-2021 , Diya Courty-Stephens

Effects of male attractiveness on prostaglandin E2 production levels , Kyra Cousins

The Effect of Changes in US Money Supply on S&P 500 Returns During the Global Financial Crisis and COVID-19 Recession , Connor Cryan

Do Divestment Announcements Affect Fossil Fuel Company Stock Returns? , Wesley Dale

Societal Impacts of Payment for Order Flow , Kieran Daly

My Physical-Digital Self: Exploring the Detrimental Effects of the Metaverse on Relationship & Identity Development , Sophia de Castro

Modeling the Performance-based Compensation of MLB Catchers , William DeForest

Impact of Recessions and the Business Cycle on Altruism , Nicolas De Mello

Measuring Racial Segregation in Los Angeles County using Random Walks , Zarina Kismet Dhillon

Justice That Heals: Transforming Discipline in Schools Through Restorative Practices , Sophia Diomande

A Philosophical and Empirical Investigation into Buddhist Economics , Hannah Doyle

Size Matters: An Analysis of Cryptocurrency Markets , Tyler Duggan

Mysteries of the Gothic , Addison Duvall

The Psychology Behind the Marketing of Alcohol and Tobacco: How We Convince People to Do Things That Are Bad For Them , Sophie Dvorkin

A Tale of Two Cities: The Divergence of Social Housing in Berlin and Vienna , Ben Eibl

Identifying the Main Causes for Support of Crime Control Theater Forms, and Understanding How to Correct the Public’s Perception , ErisJames M. Elliott

Guns and Fatal Police Shootings: Accuracy of Firearm Prevalence Proxies in a Panel Data Analysis , Corin Elmore

Impact of ASC 842 on Company Valuations and Returns in the Transportation Industry , Justin Esters

How Extreme Weather Events Affect When to {ick Strawberries , Michael Etchandy

Impact of Inventory Turnover on ROA and Cash Flows from Operations: Analyzing the Impact of Blockchain Technology on Inventory Management Practices , Najeeb Fakhoury

Cracking Down on Cutting Sleeves: A Historical Analysis of “Homosexuality” in China as a Comparison to Present Day LGBTQ+ Rights , Thomas Falci

The Criminalization of Girls’ Mental Illness: Race, Gender, and Class in Juvenile Collaborative Courts , Miriam Farah

A Study on Global Reef Deterioration: Exploring Coral Bleaching , Emily Fernandez

The Value of Water in Irrigated Agriculture in The United States , Abelino Fernandez Leger

The Impact of COVID-19 on Investment Psychology , Luke Field

The Controversies of (Immersion) Piss Christ and The Perfect Moment: An Argument for State Funding of the Arts as an Extension of Free Speech Protections , Olivia Fish

A Great National Purpose , Zach Fogel

Creating Homeplace in Chicago's Public Housing , Camille Forte

Fan Impact on Home Field Advantage in Baseball , Theodore Fournier

How has the Shift to Remote Work Affected Organizational Performance? , Leigh-Ann Franetzki

The Relationship Between Parasite Infection, Body Condition, and Migration in White-Crowned Sparrows and California Towhees , Madeline Galbraith

Metrics at 8,000 Meters: Determinants of Summit Success in the Himalayas , Alyssa Gallagher

The Effects of Government Relief in the Airline Industry , Kaden Gallant

Verbesserung: The Idea of Improvement in Frederician Prussia , Noah Galper

Are Stable Coins Stable? Stable Coins' Exposure to Cryptocurrency and Financial Market Volatility , Joseph Ganley

The Impact of Pump and Dump Schemes on Major Cryptocurrencies: An Analysis of Price Volatility and Trading Volume , Ruilu Gao

An Event Study of Corporate Venture Capital Investments and Streaming Service Launch Events by Media & Entertainment Firms (1999-2020) , Christopher Garnett

CMC Shuttle Native(Mobile) Apps in Flutter , Abdoul Hanane Gbadamassi

TikTok Made Me Buy it: Emotional Carryover of Doomscrolling on Purchasing Decisions , Maria Gerges

When Walls Could Talk: Republican Murals as Internal Borders in Northern Ireland , Alexis Gero

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Pop Spiritualism: The Experience of Superfandom , Samuel Goldberg

Using an Intersectional Historical Materialist Perspective to Understand and Propose a Solution to Caste and Gender Discrimination in India , Amanda Goldman

Cruzando La Frontera: Examining Policies to Better Serve Work-Commuters on the U.S.- Mexico Border , Valentina Gonzalez

Why Demographics Matter in the Political Representation of Racial Minority Groups: A Standpoint Epistemology and Visibility Account , Sophie Grossman

“Ella Se lo Buscó”: Marianismo as a Cultural Vehicle for Self-Invalidation among Latina Survivors of Sexual Violence , Juliana Gutierrez Hudson

The Role of Implicit Racial Bias in the Undervaluation of Black-Owned Homes , Ian Habbestad

The Effects of Gender Stereotypes and Types of Crime on Perceptions of Responsibility, Sentencing Severity, and Likelihood of Recidivism , Spencer Hagenbuch

To Whom Did Pushkin Write? The Narrator-Reader Friendship in Eugene Onegin , Tatum Grace Hall

Management Strategy and Return to Office Mandate Responses: Bottom-Up or Top-Down? , Michael Hao

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All students must complete the Senior Thesis Topic Form by the last day to add classes, and we will register you in your thesis course. If you are writing a thesis in science, you must also register for thesis through Keck Science . If you are writing a thesis in an off-campus major field, follow the instructions for the off-campus school’s thesis requirements if a thesis is required for that major; if not, follow CMC’s guidelines and turn your topic form in to us.

1-semester, 1-unit of credit (1.0 credit) either fall or spring of senior year 2-semester, 2-units of credit (1.0 credit fall + 1.0 credit spring) fall and spring of senior year 2-semester, 1-unit of credit (0.5 credit fall + 0.5 credit spring) fall and spring of senior year Please remember there is a 2-unit maximum (including Econ 180), 1-unit minimum, per thesis project.

Your reader must meet all of the criteria listed below.

  • Must teach in your major
  • Must know something about your topic
  • Must be a CMC faculty member (may have a 2nd reader from off-campus)

If you need additional assistance in selecting a reader you can contact the department chair for your major.

Yes, you may have 1 or 2 readers.  You must have at least one CMC faculty member listed as your reader.  If you believe you need an exception to this policy please contact Deborah Flynn to inquire about having a non-CMC faculty member as the sole reader on your thesis.

Off campus majors may complete a thesis at the sponsoring college.  You may have a single reader from the sponsoring college. Please submit the Senior Thesis Topic Form and indicate on the form that you are completing an off-campus major.  If you are writing a thesis in an off-campus major field, follow the instructions for the off-campus school’s thesis requirements if a thesis is required for that major; if not, follow CMC’s guidelines and turn your Senior Thesis Topic Form in to us.  If no thesis is offered at the sponsoring college, you must complete a CMC thesis.

Yes!  Treat the thesis with the same respect you’d give any other course.  It is recommended that you meet with your faculty thesis reader weekly for at least an hour, or every two weeks for at least two hours.

Follow the title page example in the guide for formatting ( Senior Thesis Webpage ).  You can also talk to your thesis advisor about their preferred citation style. You can find examples of citation styles here .

All theses (CMC, KS, and off-campus) must be submitted electronically through Scholarship@Claremont . Instructions for submitting to Scholarship can be found here . If you are participating in the Team Master’s Project you will upload an abstract of your project.   If your thesis involves proprietary material, on-going faculty research, or sensitive content, you should discuss your upload requirement with your faculty reader to determine the best course of action. Here are some things you should know as you make your decision:

  • Open or Restricted Access: When you upload your thesis to Scholarship@Claremont , you may choose whether to provide open access to your thesis or to limit access to the Claremont Colleges’ IP range. Access restrictions can be changed from IP-restricted to open access, but not from open access to IP-restricted. 
  • Embargo : If your thesis is pending publication or includes pending patents, it may be appropriate to delay access to your uploaded thesis for up to 2 years by means of an embargo. 
  • Exemption : Students who wish to exclude their theses from the Scholarship site will still upload to Scholarship@Claremont to facilitate collection. Students may then submit a completed exemption form .  We will remove your thesis from the Scholarship repository upon receipt of your exemption request.    

Thesis deadline are on the Academic Calendar .

Late theses will be penalized 1 grade point for every 24 hours late, illustrated as follows:

Theses may not be submitted more than 96 hours late without an approved Incomplete Grade Petition.  

The Center for Writing and Public Discourse Senior Thesis Research Guide The Claremont Colleges Library

The work below was created and submitted by current and former PPE students

Curriculum Requirements

Major requirements.

Courses in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)

The major requires a minimum of 9 courses, together with several prerequisites, distributed as follows:

1. Prerequisites (3 courses)

The prerequisites for the program should normally be completed by the end of the fall semester of the sophomore year. One prerequisite is required for each field of the program:

  • ECON050 CM – Principles of Economic Analysis
  • GOVT020 CM – Introduction to American Politics
  • Students may request the Chair of the PPE program to substitute  GOVT 060 CM ,  GOVT 070 CM , or an equivalent course for  GOVT 020 CM .
  • One of any 30 Level (Introductory) Philosophy course (PHIL030 CM – PHIL039 CM)

2. CMC Seminars and Tutorials (6 courses)

These courses are only open to students accepted to the PPE program.

  • PPE001A CM – Philosophy Seminar
  • PPE001B CM – Philosophy Tutorial
  • PPE011A CM – Politics Seminar
  • PPE011B CM – Politics Tutorial
  • PPE110A CM – Economics Seminar
  • PPE110B CM – Economics Tutorial

3. Electives (3 courses)

Majors are required to complete a minimum of 3 elective courses in at least 2 of the 3 constituent disciplines. One of the elective courses must be   ECON101 CM – Intermediate Microeconomics . This course must be completed before students enroll in  PPE 110A CM / PPE 110B CM .

Normally students are required to take their elective courses in PPE at CMC. Students who wish to complete one or more of their PPE electives at one of the other undergraduate Claremont Colleges or through off-campus study must petition the PPE program director for approval.

Senior Thesis in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

The senior thesis is a general education requirement and should serve as a capstone experience to a student’s undergraduate education. Students must complete a senior thesis in at least one of their majors under supervision of a faculty reader who teaches within that major, unless granted a special exception.

Students interested in doing a 2-semester thesis project complete a half (0.5) credit or full (1.0) credit thesis research course in the first semester and the senior thesis in the second semester. The senior thesis and the thesis research course may not be counted as courses in the major.

Special Options for Majors

Students may choose to satisfy the requirements of another major for a dual or double major including PPE.

The dual major in PPE requires 7 courses, distributed as follows:

The prerequisites for the program should normally be completed by the end of the fall semester of the sophomore year.

  • One 30 Level (Introductory) Philosophy course (PHIL030 CM – PHIL039 CM)

3. Elective (1 course)

Dual majors must take   ECON101 CM – Intermediate Microeconomics . This course must be completed before students enroll in  PPE 110A CM / PPE 110B CM .

Dual majors are encouraged to take additional electives in the other disciplines of the major and to write their senior thesis on a topic significant to their PPE major. For further information, see  Senior Thesis in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics  above.

Honors in PPE

To be eligible for honors in the major, PPE students must have a GPA of A- (11.00) or better for courses in the major.

General Education Requirements for PPE Majors

Students with interdisciplinary majors requiring courses in the humanities and/or social sciences are required to take designated courses in 6 different fields   of the humanities and social sciences for the general education requirements.

PPE majors must take courses in at least 3 of the 4 fields of the social sciences (economics, government, history, and psychology) and in 2 or 3 of the 4 fields of the humanities (literature, philosophy, religious studies, and literature in a foreign language), for a total of 6 courses. These courses must include  ECON 050 CM ,  GOVT 020 CM , and  one of any 30 Level (Introductory) Philosophy course (PHIL030 CM – PHIL039 CM) . Students with a dual or double major in PPE and another field in the social sciences or humanities will usually be required to take an additional course. For further information, see  General Education Requirements .

Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes of the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program

Learning goals.

After an education in PPE, students should have learned to:

  • Develop the basic analytic and quantitative skills appropriate to each of the constituent disciplines.
  • Engage with theoretical problems in each of the constituent disciplines.
  • Apply the distinct disciplinary approaches to practical questions and problems.
  • Write prose that is both effective and engaging.
  • Engage effectively in oral discussion and debate, drawing upon resources from each of the constituent disciplines.

Student Learning Outcomes

The PPE Program gauges progress toward these goals by examining the following learning outcomes:

  • Students will be able to formulate valid and well supported arguments in support of their positions.
  • Students will demonstrate competence in the application of standard economic models.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to collect and marshall empirical data in economics and government.
  • Students will be able to extract theoretical positions from texts.
  • Students will appreciate criticisms of theoretical positions.
  • Students will be able to offer their own views on such theoretical problems and offer reasons and/or data in their support.
  • Students will draw upon the resources of each constituent discipline to understand practical problems and the complexities surrounding them.
  • Students will understand alternative solutions to such problems.
  • Students will develop their own solutions to practical problems and demonstrate the ability to offer reasons and/or data to support their solutions.
  • Students will be able to present a written defense of a position, drawing upon resources in economics, government, and philosophy where appropriate.
  • Students will be able to present in writing the positions, arguments, and data of others in a manner that is both rigorous and unbiased.
  • Students will be able to present an oral defense of a position that is both rigorous and effective.
  • Students will be able to engage critically through debate and discussion with a position presented by another.
  • Students will be able to draw upon relevant resources from all of the constituent disciplines in oral debate and discussion with others.

Progress towards these goals will be gauged, at least initially, by student performance on an appropriately designed senior comprehensive exam and by self-assessments carried out by PPE students during their senior year.

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These theses are from the College of Mass Communication , University of the Philippines. Other theses are found here . To archive a thesis, one needs to follow these instructions .

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