Senior Honors Project
Honors may be earned in a student's major field by completing the major with a GPA of at least 3.5 (departments may stipulate a higher figure) and by completing a senior honors project or honors work in a senior seminar.
In the spring semester of the junior year, students with cumulative GPAs of at least 3.5 in their majors are invited to submit proposals for senior honors projects. Those students who choose to do so prepare and submit detailed project proposals to the project advisors, department heads, and the honors program director. Download application here.
Approved projects carry four credits and are to be completed in the senior year; specific project schedules are worked out by the student and advisor. Upon completion, the senior honors project is evaluated by a review committee consisting of the advisor, another faculty member from the major department, and a third faculty member from another department. The project must earn a grade of A or A- to receive credit for honors; if a grade below A- is earned, it is recorded as a senior project.
- Senior Honors Project Application (125 KB PDF Document)Use this form to apply for a Senior Honors Project.