About the Honors Program
The Honors Program fosters intellectual growth by helping you acquire the breadth and depth of knowledge that is the hallmark of a liberally educated person. For more information visit the
Honors Program Website.
Honors faculty come from a variety of departments and disciplines. Among these have been Anthropology, Art, Biology, Classics, English, History, Philosophy and Religion.
The Honors Program has three principal components:
I.) A series of four interdisciplinary colloquia
- The classical civilization of Europe and Asia;
- The medieval world;
- The early modern world from 1500 to 1850; and
- The contemporary world from the industrial revolution until today.
II.) Upper-level liberal arts seminars
III.) Independent research leading to a senior Honors project/thesis
For detailed information on curriculum, visit the
Honors Program Curriculum Page