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Departmental Honors

The honors program offers exceptional undergraduates the opportunity to work closely with individual faculty members on scholarly projects over an extended period of time. Confer with the honors coordinator. The following are required:

  1. A grade-point average at the time of declaration and at graduation of at least 3.25 overall and of 3.5 in the major.
  2. Completion of 6 to 8 credit hours in SPLH 498 Honors Seminar. Students work under the direction of a faculty member. Students may change areas of interest or faculty supervisors at the beginning of a semester with the consent of the honors coordinator. Students also must attend a weekly honors seminar meeting. Academic credit but no honors designation is given to students who meet the requirements for any semester but do not complete the requirements for departmental honors.

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