• Logan Whiles is doing his thesis research project on Clouded Leopard cubs at the Nashville Zoo
  • Home schooled students find a second home in the
    Honors College
  • Prestigious National Awards won through our Undergraduate Fellowships Office (UFO)
  • Honors students participating in Scholars Day
  • Trevor Moyo's thesis research involved surveying
  • Fulbright Winners

Coming Soon: Dual-Listed Honors Courses

Much like an Honors Contract (formerly known as the H-Option), a Dual-Listed Honors course is one available to both Honors and non-Honors students. However, a Dual-Listed Honors course is an upper-level course (3000-4000) with a differentiated curriculum for Honors students. Thus, Honors students complete much of the same work as other students in the course, but also complete alternative assignments warranting Honors credit.

Dual-Listed Honors courses will be specially designated in the undergraduate catalog and in the online schedule of courses and will require no prior preparation on behalf of the student. This option allows students to take upper level esoteric courses for Honors credit, but without the bureaucratic steps in the prior semester. Students should note the enrollment cap for these courses is set by the home department and may exceed 15.