An Honors Project is an opportunity for students to develop leadership, service, research and creative scholarship skills as part of a course. Faculty prepare the learning activities and guide students throughout the semester. Upon successful completion, students will receive a transcript designation.
Honors Project - Faculty Development
Each semester faculty will submit their Honors Project(s) via the Honors Project Submission Form. Faculty prepare specific learning activities that are aligned to both course outcomes and the Honors Objectives. Courses offering an Honors Project are then listed on the Honors Project Student Registration page.
Honors Project - Student Selection Process
Each semester faculty will submit their Honors Project(s). Courses offering an Honors Project are listed on the Honors Project Student Registration page. Students will select no more than (2) courses per/semester offering an Honors Project as part of their overall course registration process. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an Honors Advisor or Professor Meghan VanderMale or Professor Leigh Kleinert to select courses that are required for their degree and together a course is identified to develop an Honors Project.
Honors Projects - View the Complete List
This document will provide you a list of Honors Project descriptions to help inform students of the learning activities and expectations of each project. Please [click here].
Honors Project - Completion Process
Once the student has fulfilled the learning activities, the faculty member will enter the grade (satisfied or not satisfied) as part of the normal grading process (via the required designation tab). This process ensures a designation onto the official transcript.