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Throughout the program, you are advised and taught by some of Lakeland's best faculty members, who can help you imagine, develop, and complete a curriculum that matters to you. You'll be invited to have lunch with guest speakers, meet with the college President, and participate in off-campus trips and events.
Coursework begins in your freshman year, with courses that link you to other honors students, develop your oral and written skills, and help you begin thinking more creatively.
In your sophomore and junior years, cultivate your interests through two types of courses: honors seminars and directed readings. Honors seminars analyze cutting-edge topics through an interdisciplinary lens, while directed readings allow you to study a single topic one-on-one with a faculty member of your choice. You could study biotechnology, magic realism, script-writing, game theory, the Harry Potter series, existentialism, genetic determinism, aliens, immigration — the choice is yours!
Your honors experience concludes in your senior year, where you are responsible for designing, creating, and implementing a project of your own — a great preliminary to any graduate school or work experience.
To be considered for the Honors Program, applicants must have a 3.25 GPA or better in high school or from transfer institutions; or 24 or higher for composite ACT. You can apply online below, or to request more information please contact Scott Niederjohn by email at email@example.com or by phone (920) 565-1239.