Honors Track - General Interdisciplinary
Considering a career in neurosciences or ethnomusicology? With approval from the dean, students may complete an interdisciplinary track around a topic of interest to them. Visit the Honors College website to find the petition for an exception to curriculum requirements to request a self-designed interdisciplinary track.
To receive an honors interdisciplinary track transcript designation, a student must maintain an overall GPA of 3.250 and complete 12 credit hours in one of several interdisciplinary tracks. Interdisciplinary track topics include law and public policy, leadership and general (self-designed). Each 12-credit-hour track consists of a core course (or courses) and electives as well as applied learning such as service-learning, internship, exchange/study abroad or research/creative project.
An interdisciplinary track must include the following:
|Choose a 3-credit-hour introductory course (or courses) that will shape the rest of the track.||3|
|Choose 6-8 credit hours of electives that will enhance interdisciplinary knowledge of the topic||6-8|
|Select one of the options below. 1|
|HNRS 398||Travel Seminar||1-3|
|or HNRS 481||Cooperative Education|
|or HNRS 481N||Internship|
A student may petition the Cohen Honors College for exceptions to these applied learning curriculum requirements.