Ambitious students with a range of interests and talents who are considering further academic study, law degree, medical degree, or entrepreneurial fields are encouraged to pursue the Honors Baccalaureate, a rigorous interdisciplinary degree designed with approval from two or three faculty mentors and the Honors Dean.
Students who complete the Lindquist Honors Scholar track and an Interdisciplinary Honors track (24 credits), 36 credits of major coursework in two to three academic areas from two different colleges, and an Honors thesis or comprehensive project earn an Honors Baccalaureate. For more information, review the Honors thesis guidelines below
In sum, here are the components of the Honors Baccalaureate:
- Emory Lindquist Honors Scholar (12 credits),
- Honors Interdisciplinary Track (12 credits),
- Concentration coursework (36 credits in 2 to 3 academic areas) AND
- Thesis Work (3 credits)
To begin planning your course of study, download the Honors Baccalaureate planning sheet.