The Lake Erie College Honors Program About the Honors Program
The Lake Erie College Honors Program is an exciting option that focuses on an interdisciplinary core of courses designed to challenge and stimulate academically-gifted students.
Students must complete honors section courses in five of the six core-area requirements and complete the freshman Honors Seminar. Honors students will also present their senior capstone/research project to the campus community. To remain in the program, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better.
As a student in the Honors Program, you will experience the following benefits:
The recipient must have a:
The recipient must complete:
*Applications must be received by: February 1
In addition, students must also complete five of these six courses (20 credits of the possible 24):
Critical Thinking Skills
Analysis of Sophisticated Texts
Foundation of Cultures and Values
Experiences with Aesthetic Forms
Principles and Application of Scientific Inquiry
Analysis in Behavioral and Social Sciences
Senior Capstone Experience
"There were a broad range of experiences during my four years at LEC that prepared me for admission to graduate school: professors who came from a variety of specialties and fields in Psychology; and the requirements of my senior research seminar in developing and presenting an original experiment. [The] research requirement to earn my degree and graduate from the scholars program was a priceless learning experience. It forced me to push myself to the highest standards and gave me a real life opportunity to practice the concepts I will need throughout my graduate program to complete my final dissertation."
For More Information:
Dr. Deborah Schulman | 440.375.7351 | email@example.com
For more information on Lake Erie College’s Undergraduate Research, including the Honors Program Research Colloquium, please visit the Undergraduate Research page.