Undergraduate

Honors Program

The Honors Program in Communication provides an opportunity for exceptional undergraduate students in communication to work closely with a faculty member in an intensive research experience. Each Honors student is required to complete and defend an undergraduate Honors Thesis.

Application to the program ordinarily occurs during the second semester of the junior year or prior to completion of 90 semester hours. Admission to the program is based on the student's overall academic record, performance in communication courses, and recommendations of a faculty member and the undergraduate advisor. Click here for application.

To be admitted to the program, a student should have at least a 3.5 GPA in all communication courses and a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Students are required to complete 3 hours of Honors Reading (COM 4930) and 3 hours of Honors Thesis (COM 4970).

If you are interested in the Honors Program in Communication, you should: