Minor in Honors

An honors minor demonstrates your commitment to academic rigor and cross-disciplinary learning.

Students who are enrolled in the Honors Program and have a grade point average of 3.25 or higher are eligible for a minor – which means they can take at least 18 semester hours of honors courses. (Ten of those hours must be at the 300 or 400 level.)

In addition to general education or major-specific courses, honors courses can include service hours, lectures and topics of the student’s choice. Study abroad courses also count toward the honors minor.

This minor indicates that students have achieved an advanced level of scholarship and demonstrated their aptitude within these challenging courses.