curriculum features a core of four classes that immerse students in the
great ideas and works of human civilization and equips them with the
tools to think critically, analytically and with the ability to
integrate and synthesize across disciplines and concepts. As a part of
that, the Honors senior seminar/thesis is intended to challenge the
student to conduct a research project that integrates the strands of
expertise developed through the Honors core, minor and her/his major
program. The four Honors core classes satisfy a block of seven
Foundational Studies categories, allowing Honors students to move more
quickly through those requirements.
The four Honors core classes satisfy a block of seven Foundational Studies categories, allowing Honors students to move more quickly through those requirements.
Note: Students who complete the University Honors core (GH 101, GH 201, GH 301, and GH 401) will have met the following Foundational Studies requirements:
Note: This information is based on the 2015-2016 undergraduate catalog. Please refer to the requirements for your undergraduate catalog year and consult with your academic advisor before declaring a minor or registering for courses.
In addition to completing the Honors core, students specialize in Honors through one of three elective concentrations designed to allow more substantial exposure and experience in sub-areas:
To complete the University Honors Program, students must maintain a 3.25 cumulative grade point average, a 3.0 GPA in the Honors curriculum, and complete the Honors core, thesis, and one of the three elective concentrations. The University Honors Program is designed to work with any degree program by overlapping with Foundational Studies requirements and major classes.
Please contact the University Honors Program at 812-237-3225 if you have any questions.