Director: Karen C. Hadley, firstname.lastname@example.org
317 C Bingham Humanities Building
University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky 40292
Phone: (502) 852-3047 Fax: (502) 852-4182
Departmental Telephone: (502) 852-6801
Designed to provide special enrichment opportunities for superior students, the English Honors Program comprises a series of courses that fits within the normal course-load limits. The program consists of two honors seminars (English 401, 402) and an independent study course (English 501) that culminates in an honors thesis. All Honors courses meet WR (writing intensive) requirements and count towards the major.
The seminars are open to honors students only and are designed specifically for them. The seminar format allows students to investigate topics in-depth and to discuss their findings with highly motivated colleagues.
The independent study course, covering a topic of the student's choice, is completed under the direction of an English faculty member. The resultant thesis may be submitted for university and departmental honors.
The student who completes the two seminars and successfully defends the thesis receives an English Honors Certificate.
An English major who has accumulated sixty credit hours with 3.5 English and 3.0 overall averages, completed one course in the series ENGL 301, 302, 311, 312, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, and obtained a recommendation from a faculty member may apply for admission to the program.
New seminars are created each semester. These are innovative classes on special topics. Seminars for Spring 2013:
- ENGL 402-01 Frankenstein & its Context with Dr. Karen Hadley
- ENGL 402-02 20th Century Avant-Garde with Dr. Alan Golding
University Honors Program
For more information on Honors Programs at the University of Louisville visit their website at http://louisville.edu/a-s/honors/