Each of our 26 Honors-in-Discipline programs has its own unique curriculum designed by the faculty in that discipline. Students in each program take a minimum of 18 hours of honors coursework in their discipline. This coursework generally counts toward the student's major, allows each student to work closely with faculty in the discipline, and includes hours earned during the completion of an Honors Thesis. Every program culminates in the Senior Honors Thesis, a year-long research or creative project undertaken by the HID Scholar under the direction of a professor in the discipline.
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You can find information on the curriculum for each Honors-in-Discipline Program at that program's website:
College of Arts and SciencesBiology Chemistry Communication Studies Criminal Justice English Geosciences History Mathematics Philosophy Physics & Astronomy Psychology Theatre & Dance College of Business and Technology Business (includes all business majors) Technology (includes Computing, Digital Media, Engineering Technology, and Interior Architecture)
College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences
Nutrition College of Education
Special Education Teacher Education College of Nursing Nursing College of Public Health Environmental Health Human Health Microbiology