Students may enroll in honors courses throughout their tenure at the university. The built-in flexibility of the program allows students to concurrently earn honors credit and credit towards their degree as follows:
- Special honors sections of general education courses. Core courses in English, social sciences, applied sciences, and mathematics are a component of all curricula.
- Honors Colloquium and Honors Seminar are two-semester series intended for sophomore and junior level students. While the Sophomore Colloquium series provides enriching reading, writing, and discussion opportunities, the Junior Honors Seminar provides an opportunity to explore past and current ideas and issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.
- Honors enhancement courses allow the opportunity for students to receive honors credit for non-designated honors courses. Upon the completion of a contract agreement between the student, instructor, and the Director of Honors, honor credit is given for work done in a course found in the student's curriculum but which has not been designated as an honors section.
- Honors Independent Study courses are designed to allow the student to pursue research in a field of interest under the supervision of the Director of Honors or a designated professor.