Honors in Major
Students enrolled in Honors in Major complete three honors section courses along with an Honors Thesis, for a minimum of 16 honors credits. The Honors Thesis is completed during the senior year although students are advised to begin to develop their project and identify a faculty advisor during spring of junior year. The faculty advisor sets the standards, due date and grade for the project. Students must earn a B or better on the Honors Thesis in order to quality for Honors/Honors in Major.
|Students must successfully complete one of the following courses:||
COMM 521H: Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanisms
Honors designated courses require an additional, special project.
|And, students must successfully complete:||
COMM 630H: Organic Pathologies
|Students must successfully complete:||
COMM 795H: Independent Study - A written thesis directed by a faculty member with expertise in the student's chosen area of study. The thesis can be a comprehensive literature review or a descriptive or experimental study. In addition, students are expected to publically present their thesis project.
University Honors Program
Students in the University Honors Program (UHP) must complete Honors in Major in order to graduate with an Honors distinction; however, it is not necessary to be a member of UHP to pursue Honors in Major.