|The University Honors Program offers an innovative and challenging interdisciplinary arts and sciences curriculum, which is specially designed for our honors students and taught by faculty members who are known for their excellence in teaching and scholarship. Our honors program draws on the expertise of faculty throughout the campus and in the larger community to team-teach unique interdisciplinary courses and to offer seminars on topics not otherwise offered in other academic departments.
The curriculum (33 hours)
A) Fall Interdisciplinary Course (18 credit hours)
Students take a nine credit-hour interdisciplinary course in the fall of their freshman and sophomore years (9 credit hours each).
Students take five honors seminars prior to graduation (3 credit hours each).
Students entering with AP, IB, or dual enrollment credits can apply these toward their major/minor or use them as elective credits as they do not replace any of our unique interdisciplinary courses.
For a sample 4-year plan, click here.