University of South Florida
7-YEAR B.S./M.D. PROGRAMIn partnership with the USF Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM), Honors provides an
accelerated pathway into MCOM’s Core M.D. Program. It allows honors students to receive
admission to MCOM and complete a medical degree in seven years.
ACCELERATED PROGRAMSHonors students can earn their undergraduate, medical, pharmacy, or law degrees at
an accelerated pace in either the Provost's Scholars, 7-Year B.S./M.D., 7-Year B.S./Pharm.D.,
or 3 + 3 Bachelor's/J.D. programs. Learn more.
HEALTH PROFESSIONS PATHWAY PROGRAMSThe Judy Genshaft Honors College offers the B.S./Ph.D. in Nursing Science or Doctor
of Audiology (Au.D.) as Early Pathway programs. Learn more.
EARLY ACCEPTANCE PROGRAMS (EAP)The Judy Genshaft Honors College, in affiliation with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic
Medicine (LECOM), offers honors students Early Acceptance Programs to either the Doctor
of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) or the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD). Learn more.
STUDY ABROAD/AWAY PROGRAMSThe Judy Genshaft Honors College offers several study abroad/away trips each year.
These experiences allow students to travel domestically and internationally to participate
in academic and service-oriented experiences. Learn more.HOSTED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMSThe Judy Genshaft Honors College hosts three scholarship programs for both Honors
and non-Honors students. Learn more.
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMSWe partner with many groups and organizations throughout Tampa Bay. These partnership
programs allow students to learn and research outside of the classroom. Learn more.
DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAMDual enrollment at USF is managed by the Office of Early University Programs. Academically-qualified
students who are currently enrolled in public or private high schools, or home education,
and who are recommended by their guidance counselor or principal may enroll in USF
courses. Learn more.
EARLY ADMISSION PROGRAMManaged by the Office of Early University Programs, the Early Admission program allows
students to enter USF as a regularly enrolled (matriculated), degree-seeking student
prior to graduation from high school.