General Education Requirements for Honors Students
B. Completion of the foreign language area option by one of the following:
- Completion of the 211 course of any foreign language currently offered at the University of Michigan-Flint (prerequisite: completion of the prerequisite class or placement into the 211 course).
- Completion of a one-credit Honors directed reading course in the language of choice, FRN 205, GER 205, LAT 205, PTG 205, or SPN 205 (prerequisite: completion of the prerequisite class or placement into the 211 course).
- Placement out of the 211 course and into a higher-level language course. Such placement means that the requirement is waived, and the foreign language option considered fulfilled.
C. Completion of three honors elections.
D. Completion of 55 credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or higher.
Note: In order to graduate from the four-year program, students must achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.
A. Independent Study/Research Methods Course. HON 393 or equivalent in the student’s concentration (1-3 credits).
B. Off-campus Study Experience. Completed in conjunction with the Research Methods Course.
C. Honors 495 and 496. These are independent study courses that require meeting with the advisor in your major.
D. Honors Thesis.
E. Senior Honors Seminar. HON 498 (formally 390), generally taken in the winter semester of senior year.
F. Completion of two additional honors elections.
G. Completion of all University requirements and requirements for the major area of concentration
H. Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.