The enriched academic environment provides high-achieving students with the intellectual and social support to reach their full potential - professionally and personally.
Classes of 15 students or less enable lively discussion as the primary mode of learning, rather than lectures.
There is an atmosphere of mutual respect and community between students and instructors. You learn to use your intelligence in more effective ways: to formulate your own ideas, present them compellingly, and incorporate the ideas of others into your thinking.
Many honors classes are interdisciplinary, crossing the boundaries of traditional disciplines in ways that mirror how a flexible intelligence absorbs the real world.
Beyond the skills you acquire in the program, an Honors degree sets you apart from other applicants for jobs, professional training or graduate schools.