The general education requirements for students in the University Honors Program are summarized below. This is intended to be a general guide. An official statement of the requirements can be found in the University Bulletin.
Additional information about the University Honors Program may be found in the University Honors Program Handbook.
All students in the University Honors Program are required to take the following courses:
1. First Year:
Foundations of Knowledge and Understanding I & II (HON 1, HON 2)
2. Second Year:
Self and Society in Western Thought (HON 3)
Justice and Ethics in Global Perspective (HON 4)
3. Third Year:
Study Abroad Experience (HON 5)
Service Learning Experience (HON 6)
4. Fourth Year:
Senior Colloquium I & II (HON 7, HON 8)
1. Modern Language Proficiency
Candidates for a B.S. degree must demonstrate proficiency through the 101 level in an modern language other than English. Candidates for a B.A., B.B.A or B.M. must demonstrate proficiency through the 102 level. This requirement may be met by satisfactory performance on an exemption test or by completing courses through the appropriate level. See Modern Language Requirement for details concerning placement and an exemption test.
Candidates for a B.A., B.S. or B.M. are required to take have one mathematics course. This may be met by satisfactory performance on an exemption test or by taking one mathematics course. See Mathematics Requirements for details concerning course recommendations and the exemption exam.
Candidates for a B.B.A. are required to have MS101 and one of the following: MS 226, MS 201 or MS 222. See Mathematics Requirement for details concerning the exemption exam for MS 101.
3. Cultural Attendance
Candidates for a B.A., B.S., or B.B.A. are required to attend a minimum of twenty-four cultural events. See Cultural Attendance Requirement for details.
Students who participate in the University Honors Program when they start at Stetson but then choose to opt out of the program prior to graduation will be required to fulfill the normal general education requirements for their College or School. The honors courses can be use to fulfill some of those requirements. The University Honors Program Handbook contains Course Equivalency tables that show the general education credits that will be awarded.