2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Apr 14, 2021  
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pell Honors Four-Year Plan of Study

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First year courses:

Participants are required to complete Pell sections of the following courses:

  • 3 Credit(s)
  • 3 Credit(s)
  • Participants are also required to take Pell sections of courses in two of the following disciplines:  Political Science, History, Economics and Sociology/Anthropology.


    These courses help the student to fulfill the social science and history core requirements.  Special exceptions due to the transfer of credit and/or advanced placement can be made by petitioning the Director of the Pell Honors program.  Additional Pell designated course in the social sciences and history may also be offered in rotation and when available.

Second year courses:

Pell Scholars in their second year will be asked to take a Pell Special Topic course, PEL299 , in each semester, for a total of two Special Topics. The offerings will vary each semester with topics that are both contemporary and diverse.

Pell Scholars are highly encouraged, but not required, to take Pell sections of core required courses  PHL 225 : Quest for the Good Life and RTS 225 : Quest for the Ultimate.   

Third Year Courses

Pell Scholars in the Nursing, Education or Social Work fields complete field work within the major that will fulfill the Pell internship requirement.  Biology or Chemistry majors may complete scientific laboratory research for credit to fulfill the Pell internship requirement.  For all other internships, students are encouraged to complete an internship for course credit (e.g., a Business major might be interested in MGT-491: Professional Internship in Business.)

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