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The Honors Program offers a number of opportunities for undergraduate students to work directly with faculty members on for-credit research projects.

  • Undergraduate Research Participation (URP) gives Honors students the opportunity to engage in research with a faculty member. Students gain experience in research methodology, benefit from one-on-one interaction with faculty, and may earn between one and six hours of Honors credit. 
  • Honors Thesis (IDS 395.xx) provides students the opportunity to engage in an intensive research project that is the culmination of their Honors experience. The thesis should focus on a special area or issue related to the student's major and requires a comprehensive written thesis and an oral defense of the research.
  • The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program offers Honors students the opportunity to earn a monetary stipend while working with a faculty member on a research-related project.


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