Download the University Honors brochure to learn more.
Faculty are invited to submit proposals to teach University Honors seminars in 2015-16 (as well as for seminars with study tours in fall 2016). Honors seminars are the backbone of the UHP curriculum and are critical to each student's experience and success.
The University Honors Program (UHP) comprises students in the top 7% of UC undergraduates, from across colleges and disciplines. Admission is very competitive, with entering students having an average ACT score of over 32.
University Honors is committed to helping students maximize their educational opportunities at UC while discovering and pursuing their passions in life and using their gifts and talents to make meaningful contributions to society. Students are challenged through honors seminars and experiential learning projects focused on:
Faculty from across UC's colleges are engaged in teaching honors seminars. Faculty from all disciplines are invited to submit proposals!
Honors seminars have a unique nature that you can learn more about on our pedagogy and structure page. Criteria for selection of honors seminars is based on how well the course meets the guidelines described under pedagogy and structure, especially related to experiential learning and the thematic areas.
Proposals are due Monday, October 13, 2014.
Please submit the following, online (the proposal form) and via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (supporting documents):
Guidelines - Download the guidelines (PDF)
Proposal - Complete the online proposal
You must complete the online proposal in addition to submitting the documents listed under the "Deadlines and Submission" section of this page.
In the online proposal form, you will be asked to answer the following questions (we are providing them here so you can prepare and copy/paste responses into the online form when ready):
For proposals with study tours:
Learn more about honors seminars and the faculty who teach them through these news stories.