The Honors Program earns a concentration, and students take a minimum of 27-29 semester hours within the program. Course requirements for most majors permit enough "open" electives to accommodate the addition of honors coursework.
Students in the Honors Program participate in lively seminar discussions, conduct independent study and research, produce and present an advanced-level writing project, participate in community service projects, and earn public recognition for their achievements.
Two honors ("H") classes that satisfy general education or diversity requirements*
Two semesters of foreign language, including the option of American Sign (6-8)
HON 191H The Honors Community (1)
HON 252H Visionaries of the Past (2)
HON 254H Information in the Digital Age (2)
HON 264H Thinking Outside the Box (3)
or study abroad (3)
or an honors elective course (3)
HON 351H Integrity & the Examined Life (3)
HON 391H Community Problem-Solving (3)
HON 395H Global Citizenship & Service (3)
HON 450H Project & Portfolio Design (1)
HON 451H Senior Essay & Seminar (3)
*Some academic majors may require completion of specific General Education or Diversity courses and may not be able to accept Honors Program substitution. Students should routinely consult with their academic advisors.