Participation in the Honors College prepares you both to live well and to make a living. The ability to combine study of the humanities with a second major while graduating in four years creates many career opportunities. The program provides top graduate schools and employers with candidates possessing strong moral character and the abilities to think deeply and communicate articulately. Honors College graduates acquire key skills useful in every field of endeavor: critical thinking, teamwork, oral communication, and written communication.
Many honors students have gone on to medical school, law school, and Ph.D. programs, and to seek advanced degrees in business administration, ministry, the helping professions, and more.
Honors students have gone on to careers in fields such as:
- Scientific Research
The Honors College offers a minor and major in humanities to qualified students. Learn more about Honors College program options.
Note: This information is current for the 2020-21 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.