Students admitted to the Upper Division of the Nursing Program can apply to engage in further professional development and recognition as a Nursing Honors student.
A grade of “B” or higher is required to earn honors credit for the course. Failure to earn honors credit would not prevent a student from earning course credit with a final grade of “C” or “D”.
Student in Honors Nursing are assigned a departmental level Honors Coordinator, who will monitor student progress throughout the Honors Nursing program and design appropriate service learning experiences (internships, student conferences, community service activities, research activities, Study Abroad opportunities, etc.) in the program.
To graduate with University Honors in Nursing, a student must complete 30 hours of Honors credit, 12 at the University College level and 18 in the upper division major of Nursing.