The Honors Curriculum (for students enrolled prior to fall 2016)
Drury’s honors program is designed to provide rigorous and innovative courses to intellectually ambitious students. Honors courses enhance the interdisciplinary character of Drury’s Engaging Our World curriculum as well as a student’s major field of study. In addition, the honors senior colloquium and research project allows students to pursue in-depth study in an area of their own design, with the support of Drury faculty.
Honors Degree Requirements:
- HNRS 205: First-Year Honors (3)
- HNRS 401 and 402: Senior Colloquium and Research (5)
- Either HNRS 223: Individual Intellectual Development Seminar I (1) or HNRS 323: Individual Intellectual Development Seminar II (1)
- 9 hours of honors courses, at least 6 hours at the 300-level (Most honor students receive credit for an honors course by adding an honors option to a non-honors course.)
Drury University is a member of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC). Students who are active in Drury’s honors program are thus eligible to participate in the honors semester programs offered each year by the NCHC.