George F. Whitworth
Thriving in the world as it is.
Developing the world as it should be.
The Whitworth Honors Program challenges talented and motivated scholars to pursue excellence of mind and heart, to cultivate leadership qualities and skills, and to commit to lives of service. The honors program does more than guide scholars to navigate the world as it is; it equips them to solve problems and to develop the world as it should be.
Requirements: 18 Credits Total
The Whitworth Honors Program is extremely flexible. Students should consult regularly with an advisor to tailor the program to their interests. Students can follow numerous routes to complete the requirements.
- HN200H – Honors Seminar I: Vocation and Excellence (1 credit)
- HN300H – Honors Seminar II: Community Project (1 credit)
- One Honors Core 150/250/350 (4 credits)
Coursework is also required in three of the following categories:
- Honors courses or seminars
- Honors research/independent study/creative project with faculty
- Honors internship
- Honors off-campus program
No more than nine credits from one department are allowed for Honors credit. Honors courses cannot be taken P/NC or audited for Honors credit. All honors students must graduate with a 3.75 GPA or above.