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  College of Nursing 2010–2012 Bachelor of Science Program Academic Program Honors Program  

Honors Program

The College of Nursing Honors Program is aimed at enhancing the exceptional student's opportunities in professional nursing, research, and the development of scholarship in nursing. The overall goal of the program is to enhance the development of the individual student's critical and analytical abilities in solving complex issues and use of scientific databases in the health care field as it relates to nursing.                     

Students' educational experiences in the Honors Program allow for increased professional growth, personal satisfaction and achievement, and a stimulating academic experience. Participation in the Honors Program has a variety of advantages for students, future employers, and for society. Students in the Honors Program enjoy close interaction with distinguished faculty members, seminars, independent study, and off-campus opportunities.

Sophomore and junior students with a 3.7 grade-point average or who are in the top 10 percent of their class are formally invited to participate in the Honors Program.


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