School of Health and Medical Sciences

The following equivalencies were instituted in Spring 2023 and apply to Honors Program students who are pursuing the B.S. in Interprofessional Health Sciences.

Semester Honors Course Counts for
Fall (first year) HONS 1101 Colloquium on the
Ancient World (6 credits)
ENGL 1201 – Core English I (3 credits)
SOCI 1101 – Intro to Sociology (3 credits)
Spring (first year) HONS 1102 Colloquium on the
Medieval World (6 credits)
ENGL 1202 – Core English II (3 credits)
CORE 1101 – Journey of Transformation (3 credits)
Fall (second year) HONS 2103 Colloquium on the
Early Modern World (6 credits)
Foreign Language (3 credits)
Elective OR Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)
Spring (second year) HONS 2105 Colloquium on the
Contemporary World (6 credits)
CORE 2101 – Christianity & Culture in Dialogue (3 credits)
Elective OR Introduction to Psychology (3 credits
Third or Fourth Year HONS 5101 Honors Thesis/Project (3 credits) Depending on the nature and topic of the project/thesis, this may fulfill a senior capstone or major thesis in the student’s major or internship. NOTE: This is determined based on the student’s area of interest and advisement between both program advisors.