- one course within the student’s major in which they “contract” with the instructor to do advanced work;
- one advanced interdisciplinary Honors Seminar; and
- an honors thesis/project/internship which is completed under the supervision of a faculty mentor.
Beyond the above enriched academic program, honors students also have the combined benefits of a speakers series, the support and guidance of a faculty mentor, participation in special social events, and membership in a community of scholars and learners. This will be reflected on the student transcripts and with a letter of commendation by the president of the university.
For more information, contact an academic advisor or the office of the director of the University Honors Program at 708.534.4578