An Interdisciplinary Approach
Honors is for any student interested in an interdisciplinary approach to their education. Student-scholars take part in experiential learning, coursework, mentored research and presenting a final thesis. They graduate with University Honors, the highest baccalaureate distinction at BYU
How do I join?
Visit this link
to learn more about the program and how to enroll.
+ Commitment Interview
Next, set up an appointment
with the Honors Advisement Center, 102 MSRB, to meet with one of the Honors advisers, build an academic plan on how to complete the honors requirements, and ask any questions you may have. Even with classes canceled now, you can still set up a meeting. After you choose your meeting time you will be sent an invitation for a Zoom meeting.
What Will I Be Doing?
+ The Honors Program requires 14 credits of classes, beginning with HONRS 120: Introduction to Honors Great Questions. Many of these classes fulfill General Education Requirements.
+ Participate in a Semester Long Leadership Development Experience and Report. Opportunities include: education related service, BYU study abroad international or domestic internship, or Honors Students Advisory Council
+ Prepare and write a thesis. You will work with a faculty mentor to research and write a scholarly work in your field. This published work sets you apart for graduate programs and potential employers.
Learn more about these requirements here