Drake University Honors Program

The unique Honors Program at Drake University offers undergraduate and Pharmacy students discussion-based, reading- and writing-intensive courses on interdisciplinary and ever-changing topical issues. It is designed for motivated students who want to actively participate in challenging seminar courses.

Students at Drake University may use the Honors Track as a way to fulfill their general education requirements. Instead of taking Areas of Inquiry (AOI) coursework, students can take six Honors courses as an alternative to AOIs. The one-hour Honors Practicum, while not counting towards the Honors Track,  is a good introduction to the Honors Program goals and vision.

Students who complete the Honors Track, maintain a 3.2 cumulative GPA, and complete an Honors Senior Thesis capstone project with a "B" or "better" are eligible to receive the "University Honors" distinction on their Drake transcript and diploma.

The program provides a unique opportunity for intellectual enrichment both in and out of the classroom. Through Honors coursework, students investigate key questions of what we know and how we know it.

 

 

University News
March 31, 2015
Sandy Hatfield Clubb, director of athletics at Drake University, will be honored at an all-star evening that features ESPN SportsCenter anchor Linda Cohn and some of Iowa’s biggest sports names.
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