The Honors Curriculum
SELECTING HONORS CLASSES
University Honors deepens and widens the college experience. We build foundations in multi-faceted thinking through an array of seminar-style classes that fulfil the University Core Curriculum and introduce you to the ways in which various disciplines tackle big questions and problems. At the intermediate and advanced level, Honors students deepen their academic experience by independent studies/contracting courses and working on thesis with faculty.
Listed below are the types of courses which may be taken to earn credit in the University Honors Program:
- UHON 351: Honors Seminars
- Departmental Honors Recognized courses
- Contract courses
- Independent Study
- Internships and Travel/Study Programs
- Procedures and policies
Research Opportunities in Honors
One of the advantages of being at a comprehensive research university is that our students work with faculty across disciplines, pursuing research that seeks to make a difference in the world. The Mentors in the University Honors program will help connect you to faculty and academic resources; the local community; and other opportunities to explore your potential and find your own path. Read more about Research in the Honors Program.
Students! Make your own Honors Course
What would you like to study? And, who should teach it? Our first two student generated classes were
Innovations in Sustainability: Surviving in a changing world and The Evergreen Community Model (Spring 2020). Read more