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Agricultural Science 017
Animal Science 067
Atmospheric Sciences
Biochemistry 115
Biological Sciences 119
Bioresource (Bioenvironmental) Engineering 129
Biotechnology 126
Botany
Chemistry 160
Communication 192
Entomology
Ecology and Natural Resources 704
Environmental and Business Economics 373
Environmental Planning and Design 573
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior 374
Environmental Sciences 375
Exercise Science and Sport Studies 377
Food Science 400
Geography 450
Geological Sciences 460
Independent Major 554
Journalism and Media Studies 567
Marine Sciences 628
Meteorology 670
Microbiology 680
Nutritional Sciences 709
Plant Science 776
Public Health 832
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Cook College General Honors Program
George H. Cook Scholars Program
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Mason Gross School of the Arts
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy
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Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Honors Programs  

Honors Programs

Cook College offers two collegewide honors programs:

1.The Cook College General Honors Program is a four-year program for which university Merit Scholars and selected high school seniors (with secondary school grade-point averages of at least 3.5 and superior SAT scores) who apply to Cook College prior to the application deadline are invited to compete. Students who join the program are awarded supplementary merit scholarships. There are approximately 80 students in the program.

2.The George H. Cook Scholars Program is Cook College's senior honors thesis program. Students in the top 15 percent of their class in the fall term of the junior year are automatically invited to participate, but Cook College juniors nominated by a faculty member may join the program in their final three terms.

Additionally, several departments offer honors in the major program of study to students who fulfill department requirements, which typically include honors courses and/or independent research projects.


 
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