Program curriculum features four courses focused on developing leadership, service, research and creative scholarship skills and competencies. Faculty have the opportunity to support students in the following ways:
1. Facilitate an Honors Contract. Designed by the faculty member, an Honors Contract is a unique learning experience that deepens the student's learning within the classroom, helps students to effectively communicate (written and/or oral) this new learning and builds leadership skills.
2. Mentor Honors students. All students will be required to prepare a culminating research or creative scholarship project. Through faculty mentorship, students will better understand the nature of their project and how it helps them to showcase their interest within a particular discipline.
3. Guest Speaker. The Honors courses offers plenty of opportunity for faculty to share their passion and expertice with students.
4. Honors Program Leadership Team. The team is composed of both faculty and administrators. Meetings are held once a month and focused on overall program improvement.
Faculty interested in any of the above options are encourged to contact the Honors Faculty Coordinator, Amy Kudrna at firstname.lastname@example.org.