Honors Requirements: Juniors

Students in the University Honors Program should consult regularly with the director.

Honors 300A and 300B

 

GE C.4, D.2, D.3, and D.4 Courses

  • No AP credit
    • GE can be fulfilled with two Honors courses and two non-Honors courses, any combination.
  • AP credit for World Civilizations (GE section C.4.)
  • AP credit for U.S. History (GE section D.3.)
    • Take two Honors courses and one non-Honors course for GE sections C.4, D.2, and D.4 (any combination).
  • AP credit for Government (GE section D.4.)
    • Take two Honors courses and one non-Honors course for GE sections C.4, D.2, and D.3 (any combination).
    • Honors 201BOpens in new window can be taken for credit instead of Political Science 300.
  • AP credit for U.S. History (GE section D.3.) and Government (GE section D.4.)
  • Contact Dr. Pérez if you have AP credit in all four GE areas.

 

Other Reminders 

  • Part of your 24 units of Honors coursework must be filled by an upper-division seminar (301T, 302T, 303T, 304T, 305, 306Opens in new window )
  • Retention GPA requirements
    • End of first year: 3.25 cumulative GPA
    • End of second year: 3.4 cumulative GPA
    • End of third year: 3.5 cumulative GPA
  • You do NOT need to take an Honors course every semester as long as you are progressing toward completing 24 units of honors courses by the time you graduate.