The Duns Scotus honors fellows curriculum consists of:
During the freshman and sophomore years, most Duns Scotus honors fellows:
During the junior and senior years, Duns Scotus honors fellows will need to complete:
The Faculty Honors Council sets the guidelines for honors theses, which may be interdisciplinary, but academic departments set requirements for completion of the thesis.
Cultural/Social Experiences – The Duns Scotus Program sponsors at least six cultural events a year–three in each semester. At least two of these events are off-campus, and include either local or long distance trips. Fellows and Scholars are required to attend at least three events a year, one of which must be off-campus.
Good Standing – In order to remain in good standing in the program, a student must maintain an overall 3.25GPA. If the GPA falls below 3.25, the student will remain in the program on a probationary status and will have one semester to bring the GPA back up to the required level. If the GPA is not improved after one semester, or if it falls below 3.25 a second time, the student will not be permitted to continue in the program.
In order to remain in the program and graduate with honors a student must complete the sequence of courses, seminars, cultural experiences and service learning as outlined above.