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The University Honors Program (UHP) serves the many exceptionally talented undergraduate students who choose the University of Delaware. Eligible undergraduates study in smaller classes, where they receive special guidance from faculty members and individually tailored academic advising. Academic options for these students include a variety of Honors courses, undergraduate research, private music study, Honors Foreign Language Certificates, the General Honors Award, four-year Honors Degrees in many majors, and the Degree with Distinction in all majors. Extensive extracurricular programming includes activities in the Honors Center and in Honors residence halls. Honors Program students may pursue a degree in any of the University's undergraduate colleges and more than 130 majors, including biological sciences.
Students who did not enter the Honors Program at the time of application may be eligible to participate later on. A cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher at the University is the minimum required to be considered for Honors courses and membership in the Honors Program. If interested, contact Honors at (302) 831-1195.
The Department of Biological Sciences offers versions of several of the core courses in the major, including those listed below:
Majors may pursue an Honors Degree or Honors Degree with Distinction in Biological Sciences (B.A.), Biological Sciences Education (B.A.), or Biological Sciences - Cell, Molecular Biology and Genetics (B.S.). The recipient must complete all of the requirements for the chosen B.A. or B.S. degree in biological sciences, plus all of the University's generic requirements for the Honors degree.
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