My university requires all undergrads to complete a senior thesis to receive their degree. Since my major is political science and I'm doing pre-med studies, I want to write a thesis that ties into both disciplines. My undergrad polisci studies will be focusing on comparative politics and revolutionary movements. I'm considering writing my thesis on the prevalence of physicians within revolutionary movements, which specific focuses on Agostinho Neto, Salvador Allende, Arnulfo Arias, Jose Rizal, Che Guevara, Sun Yat-sen, and Ayman al-Zawahiri (all of whom were/are physicians). So my question for all the polisci people on this forum: do you think this is too much of a stretch for an undergrad thesis? Also, if I sent a copy of the thesis to the schools I am applying to (mostly DO schools) would they care about the topic?