Program of Study

COEHP Honors Program (fall 2016 and after)

The course requirements for completion of the College of Education and Health Professions Honors Program are as follows:

The student meets all university, COEHP, and department degree requirements.

  • Minimum completion of 18 hours of honors credit. The following courses are required:
    • up to 8 hours honors credits in University courses
    • minimum of 10 hours honors credits  taken within the student's program of study including:
      • (departmental/major/program prefix) 3901 H Honors Education Thesis Tutorial
      • (departmental/major/program prefix) 498v H Honors Education Thesis/Project (total of 3 hours minimum)
  • Written submission of the honors thesis/project to the COEHP Honors Council and oral presentation of the Honors Thesis to faculty and students within COEHP.
  • Graduation with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.

COEHP Departmental Honors Program (before fall 2016)

The course requirements for completion of the College of Education and Health Professions Departmental Honors Program are as follows:

The student meets all university, COEHP, and department degree requirements.

  • Minimum completion of 12 hours of honors credit, six of which may be taken outside the COEHP. The following courses are required:
    • 6 hours honors sections of University courses
    • 6 hours honors sections of classes taken within the COEHP including:
      • (departmental/major/program prefix) 3901 H Honors Education Thesis Tutorial
      • (departmental/major/program prefix) 498v H Honors Education Thesis/Project (total of 3 hours minimum)
      • Minimum of 2 hours of honors courses from the student's academic department
  • Written submission of the honors thesis/project to the COEHP Honors Council and oral presentation of the Honors Thesis to faculty and students within COEHP.
  • Graduation with a minimum GPA of 3.50.

COEHP College Honors Program (before fall 2016)

The COEHP Honors Program provides an honors program for students of superior academic talent. The course requirements for completion of the College of Education and Health Professions College Honors Program are as follows:

The student meets all university, COEHP, and department degree requirements.

  • Minimum completion of 24 hours of honors credit, 6-18 of which may be taken outside the COEHP. The following courses are required:
    • 6-18 hours honors sections at least 6 hours should come from University courses
    • 6 hours minimum in honors sections of classes taken within the COEHP including:
      • (departmental/major/program prefix) 3901 H Honors Education Thesis Tutorial
      • (departmental/major/program prefix) 498v H Honors Education Thesis/Project (total of 3 hours minimum)
      • Minimum of 2 hours of honors courses from the student's academic department
  • Written submission of the honors thesis/project to the COEHP Honors Council and oral presentation of the Honors Thesis to faculty and students in the COEHP (arranged by the Honors Council).
  • Graduation with a minimum GPA of 3.50.

 

Students successfully completing the Honors program within COEHP are eligible to receive a baccalaureate degree with a distinction of:

Summa Cum Laude will be awarded honors students graduating with a GPA  3.9.
Magna Cum Laude will be awarded honors students graduating with a GPA 3.7 - 3.89.
Cum Laude will be awarded honors students graduating with a GPA 3.5 - 3.69.