Minor: Honors Program
Required Credits: 16
|HON 151||Sapien Logic||3|
|HON 193||Undergraduate Research||1|
|HON 251||Leadership Development||2|
|Honors Electives - Select 6 Credits from the following:||6|
|Colloquium in the Humanities|
|Colloquium in the Social Sciences|
|Colloquium in the Sciences|
|Topics in Photography|
|Field Experience (1-3 credits)|
|Study Abroad (1-3 credits)|
Graduate Level Course 1
|Honors Capstone Project||4|
|Senior Thesis (2 credits)|
or HDFS 496
or HDFS 491
|Select one from the following:|
Prefix 393 or 493
Undergraduate Research (1 credit) 2
Students must submit a proposal to take a graduate level course as a junior with the intent to complete the course as a senior. Students will work with their program advisor to ensure all Graduate School paperwork is complete.
Students must take at least 1 research credit in the department of the thesis advisor. The course can be any prefix.
Honor Capstone Project Notes
- Students in the Honors program must complete the honors capstone project to complete the honors minor. The honors capstone project is the culmination of the Honors experience. Students will work with a faculty mentor to design and carry out the project. Students may complete a research thesis, online portfolio, experiential-based project, creative/performative project or an innovation project.
- Projects should be conceptualized as a project that cannot be completed within the confines of one class or one semester. This means that the project should be sufficiently broad in scope and in-depth in analysis. Students can select one of five options for the honors capstone project.