Engage in Advanced Study
Even if you do not participate in the Honors College, you can still engage in advanced study in various academic disciplines by enrolling in individual Honors Courses. You can take advantage of the smaller, seminar-style courses with an interdisciplinary focus and participate in a common forum, the "Community of Scholars" colloquium.
You can also select to take the Honors Option, an Honors-level project that is offered in a regular, non-Honors class. If you complete 15-18 credits of Honor Courses and Honors Option courses and speak publicly on a scholarly topic, you will recognized as an Honors Program graduate. Students may receive further academic recognition on their transcript through the Honors Achievement Award.
• Art History I ( ARTH 110H)
• General Biology II (BIOL 102H)
• General Chemistry II (CHEM 104H)
• Speech-Honors (COMM 101H)
• Microeconomics-Honors (ECON 102H)
• English Composition II-Honors (ENGL 112H)
• US History II-Honors (HIST 202H)
• Statistics-Honors (MATH 117H)
• Calculus I -Honors (MATH 151H)
• Calculus II-Honors (MATH 152H)
• Ethics-Honors (PHIL 114H)
• Intro to Sociology-Honors (SOCI 101H)