Honors and Scholars Programs
The Honors Program in Arts and Sciences provides high-ability students opportunities to pursue challenging academic programs. Honors students are encouraged to construct an enhanced curriculum that includes honors courses, upper-division courses to meet general requirements, rigorous sequences, honors seminars, a minor, and a strong major, including a significant research experience.
The Ohio State Scholars Program offers academically motivated students the chance to meet and live with other students who share similar interests and career goals. Each of the fourteen programs is centered on a particular theme or area of study and open to students regardless of their intended major. Living together their freshman year, Scholars attend select classes together and create a close-knit community. The Scholars Programs are designed to complement your academic experience with a wide variety of opportunities to learn outside of the classroom; many students choose programs that are not directly related to their intended major.
Arts Honors Program
The Arts Honors Program develops and nurtures young individual artists and art historians through one-on-one interactions with faculty which features opportunities beyond the traditional academic classroom including such non-traditional experiences as Special Individualized Study options, Arts Entrepreneurship Director endeavors, and Director of Production or Ensemble Performances. Students graduate with honors in the arts.
Arts Honors and Distinction Program Requirements containing:
Arts Honors Program Contract
Arts Honors Non-Traditional Unit Application
Revision Form for Arts Honors Contract/Senior Thesis