First Years Honors Schedule

What your schedule should look like as a first-year Honors College Student

First year Honors College students take a mix of Honors and traditional classes. The Honors College classes are designed to fulfil multiple general education requirements, meaning you can complete you general education requirements more efficiently — giving you more time to take courses that you really want to take. Here is an example of a course schedule for a first-year Honors College Student:

FALL SEMESTER

    • ENGL 101H: Honors Rhetoric (3 credits)
    • HNRS 125: Biblical and Classical Roots 1 (3 credits)
    • Other courses you choose in Honors, your major, or general education (6-12 credits)

SPRING SEMESTER

    • ENGL 102H:  (3 credits)
    • HNRS 126: Biblical and Classical Roots 2 (3 credits)
    • Other courses you choose in Honors, your major, or general education (6-12 credits)

NOTE: ENGL 101H counts for both the ENGL 101 and the COMM 105 requirement (the one class fulfils two general education requirements. HNRS 125 Biblical and Classical Roots I fulfils the requirements for LITR and HMNT; HNRS 126 Biblical and Classical Roots II fulfils the requirements for HIST and Social Sciences