Earning Honors Credits
Honors credits may be earned in one of four ways:
- Enrollment in a designated honors course
- Completion of an honors option in a course taught by a full-time faculty member
- Completion of an honors independent study under the direction of a full-time faculty member
- Completion of a 400-level course during the freshman or sophomore year
Course Offerings for Fall 2013
|BI SC 001H||3||
|T R 8:00 - 9:15am||Mrs. Mitchell|
Intro to African Lit
|T R 10:45am - Noon||Dr. Higgins|
|COMM 150H|| 3
|W 1:00 - 3:45 pm||
|ENGL 015H||3||Rhetoric & Comp.||W 6:00 - 8:45 pm||
|HIST 143U||3||Fascism & Nazism||W F 2:45 - 4:00 pm||
|PSYCH 100H||3||Intro Psychology||M W F 10:00-10:50am||
|HONORS OPTION or HONORS INDEPENDENT STUDY**|
**Student must contact a member of the Honors Committee
Honors Option and Honors Independent Study
In addition to honors courses, Honors students may take a non-honors course listed on the schedule (taught by a full-time faculty member) and, with the permission and assistance of the professor, take the course with an Honors Option.
Complete guidelines on the honors option may be found on the Honors Option form. This form can be filled in on-line and printed.
Honors students may also do an honors independent study. Students choosing this option register, with the permission of a full-time faculty member, for an independent study or research course, and then complete the Honors Independent Study or Research form. This form, which contains the complete instructions, can be filled in on-line and printed.
Honors students doing an independent study project must present their work at the Student Research Conference held each semester. Examples of previous projects presented at the conference:
- Honors Programs