Honors Program Curriculum
In order for you to graduate from the Honors program, you must complete at least 16 hours of core courses, including at least one Honors Symposium. In special cases, the Honors Director may be able to substitute courses.
|Area I (1CR)|
|_____||IDH 2931 Honors Symposium *|
|Area II (3 CR)|
|_____||ECO 2013 or|
|EUH 1000 or|
|Area III (6 CR)|
|_____||Humanities II and|
|_____||American National Government|
|Area IV (3 CR)|
|_____||ENC 1102 or|
|Area V (3 CR)|
|_____||Major's Course by Contract ** or|
*The topic addressed in the Honors Symposium changes each semester and you may take
symposium up to three times. Symposium addresses important and timely issues and offers
you the opportunity to participate in lively discourse.
**Contractual course arrangements permit any course within your major to become an honors course by contract. You enroll in the regular class, but contract with the professor for special projects or studies which expand the course to an honors level. The object is to provide additional opportunities for you to interact with your professors.