Last Published 9/15/23
The Upper Division pathway provides an opportunity for new/current students who have earned at least 35 units, or transfer students to participate in the University Honors Program. Eligible students should have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher to participate.
Under this pathway, students will complete 9 units of Upper Division GE seminars plus 9 additional units in Honors. The Upper Division pathway is designed to be completed in 2 years. Students who wish to expand their honors curriculum beyond 2 years should meet with an Honors advisor to discuss schedule planning
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Any combination of these Upper Division courses
Hon 301B (3) | Hon 301T (3) | Hon 302T (3) | Hon 303T (3) | Hon 301B (3) | Hon 304 (3) | Hon 305 (3) | Hon 306 (3)
Hon 100 (1) - Fall Year 1 | Hon 200 (1) - Spring Year 1 | Hon 300 (1) - Spring Year 1 | Hon 400 (1) - Spring Year 2
Hon 497 (3) - 1st semester of Year 2 | Hon 497 (2) - 2nd semester of Year 2
A total of 9 units of Upper Division Honors/GE courses by graduation according to your catalog year and specific needs.
A total of 4 units of Honors Colloquium courses
A total of 5 units of 497 SHP.
Completion of a Senior Honors Project and a formal presentation at the SHP Conference.
Students who complete their studies with a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA will receive the Graduate with Honors Distinction on their transcript and diploma.
These recommendations are made with the assumption that students will complete their Honors requirements over a 2 year period. Students who wish to expand their Upper Division Honors pathway experience beyond 2 years should meet with an honors advisor to discuss course planning. Students in the University Honors Program should meet with an Honors advisor for any questions about course requirements and registration.
Students in the University Honors Program should consult regularly with the director.
is an independent study course to complete your Senior Honors Project. You can be issued a permit to register once you have a Full-Time CSUF Faculty who has agreed to mentor your Senior Honors Project.