Either HNRS 497 or a thesis/capstone project course in the student’s major
Foreign Language Requirement
Demonstrated proficiency, by coursework or by examination, to the 203 (intermediate) level of any foreign language
AP and IB Equivalencies
The University Honors Program offers HNRS credit for AP scores of 5 in the following areas: AP Social Sciences (HNRS 105), AP Laboratory Sciences or AP Calculus (HNRS 140), AP European or World History (HNRS 220 or HNRS 230), AP Foreign Languages (Language Requirement).
Please contact the Honors Director concerning IB equivalencies.
Science and Engineering Students
Students in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering are exempt from HNRS 140 and choose only one of HNRS 220 or HNRS 230.
Students in the College of Business Administration are exempt from HNRS 105.
Liberal Studies Students
Students who are working toward elementary education credentials need to meet with the Honors Director to determine the best coursework path. Decisions about courses will be made in consultation with the Center for Undergraduate Teacher Preparation.