There are two designation options for graduation within the Honors program at the University of New Hampshire.

University Honors Designation

Successful completion of the discovery category and honors-in-major components of the University Honors Program entitles the student to graduate with University Honors in Selected Major on his or her diploma and academic record. A total of 32 credits in honors coursework is required.

  • Four discovery category honors courses, including a 444H (16 credits) AND
  • At least 16 credits of honors-in-major coursework; 4-8 credits will be a senior thesis or other approved departmental option.

For a complete list of your Honors-in-Major requirements and your departmental liason's contact information click here.

Program Completion Information

Honors Thesis Information

Honors-In-Major Designation

Students with a qualifying GPA (GPA requirements vary by department), who may or may not be in the University Honors Program, but who meet the requirements for honors work in major, are entitled to graduate with Honors in Selected Major on their diploma and academic record. If you pursue this option, you must take at least 16 credits of Honors work in your major. Typically, these will not be discovery category classes, and most departments have strict guidelines for what can count as Honors work. At least 4 credits of your major coursework will be a senior thesis.

For a complete list of your Honors-in-Major requirements and your departmental liason's contact information click here.

Program Completion Information

Honors Thesis Information

 


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