Minor in Honors Global Engagement and Leadership
The Honors minor in Global Engagement and Leadership builds upon the existing core upper division courses of the General Education Honors Program (Honors 101, 102, 103) and is dedicated to interdisciplinary inquiry. The minor provides the ideal avenue for students to hone their intellectual skills and apply their education in the real world. Building upon the campus initiative to encourage global education the coursework invites students to explore ideas beyond the boundaries of their majors and to engage in a scholarly conversation with the broad university community and community at large. Students who complete the minor should truly be life-long learners who view themselves and engage as global citizens.
Students must be admitted to the General Education Honors Program to participate in the minor.
Minimum GPA Requirement
To be admitted to the GE Honors Program incoming freshmen must have a minimum H.S. GPA of 3.5 or higher, 27 on the ACT or 1180 on the SAT. Current students and transfer students may apply to the Honors Program with a cumulative college GPA of 3.5 or higher. Once accepted into the minor students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
|HONR 101||Science and the Public Good||3|
|HONR 102||The Public Good Through the Visual and Performing Arts ||3|
|HONR 103||Civic Engagement, Service Learning: Pursuing the Public Good||3|
|HONR 120||Honors One World Seminar||3|
|HONR 150||Leadership Seminar||3|
|HONR 195||Community Fieldwork and Internship||3|
|HONR 196||Honors Senior Thesis||3|
Students must complete a study abroad experience to complete the minor. A credit-bearing study abroad experience may be used to waive up to 3 courses depending on length and scope of trip, and required coursework.
Presentation of an honors thesis, creative project, or portfolio completed during the student's senior year. The thesis can be completed within the student's major.