Livingstone College

Summation of the Honors Program

There are three types of Honors courses.

Straight: All students in a course are enrolled in the Honors Program.
Dual-roster: Honors students are enrolled in traditional courses, but partake in special assignments and activities.
Customized: Honors students may contract a 300/400 level course (in lieu of Junior Colloquium) with an instructor to complete special assignments and activities as part of a traditional course.

Freshman Year
Required Honors Courses
Complete 20 hours of Community Service (documented)
Paper/Poster Presentation
Attend Career Fair
Annual review with Honors Program Coordinator

Sophomore Year
Complete all General Education requirements
Complete 25 hours of Community Service (documented)
Plan for internships with major department and/or Career Services
Plan for Study Abroad if desired with Honors Program Coordinator
Plan for graduate entrance exams (GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT)
Attend Career Fair
Paper/Poster Presentation
Plan for entrance in National/International Honors society
National/international competition/submissions
Annual review with Honors Program Coordinator

Junior Year
Junior Colloquium
Complete 25 hours of Community Service (documented)
Complete internship or study abroad program
Complete CAP
Complete graduate entrance exams (GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT)
Attend Career Fair
Publication in Professional Journal
Admission in Honors society
National/international competition/submissions
Annual review with Honors Program Coordinator

Senior Year
Senior Thesis course and defense
Publication in Professional Journal
Complete 30 hours of Community Service (documented)
Plan for post-graduate options and Career Fair
National/international competition/submissions
Annual review with Honors Program Coordinator