University of Central Florida

Honors Courses

How To Find Honors Courses Through myUCF

The online Class Schedule is the university's official course listing and is constantly updated in real time as students add and drop classes to their schedules via myUCF. You can find Honors courses within the Class Schedule by selecting "Honors Courses" in Special Course Groups. Here’s a link to the Class Schedule.

 

Honors Interdisciplinary Seminars

Each semester, The Burnett Honors College offers students the opportunity to select among several Interdisciplinary Seminars that represent cutting-edge topics taught by UCF's most outstanding faculty. These classes are often taught simultaneously by two faculty from different disciplines. Students experience the excitement of learning through different modes of thought as well as lively discussion and debate. Interdisciplinary Seminars are designed to be available for all majors at the upper-division level.

Current Descriptions

Summer 2017 | Fall 2017 | Spring 2018

Archive

Summer A 2016 | Summer B 2016 | Summer C 2016 | Fall 2016 | Spring 2017

Spring 2015 | Summer A 2015 | Summer B 2015 | Summer C 2015 | Fall 2015 | Spring 2016

 

Honors Upper-Division Courses

In addition to Interdisciplinary Seminars, The Burnett Honors College offers courses to fulfill Honors upper-division requirements for specific majors each semester. To review upper-division requirements for your specific major, please click here. In consultation with an Honors advisor, these courses may be used to fulfill lower-division course requirements for students entering college with much of their GEP credit already earned.

 

Honors English Composition Requirement

Honors English Composition 1 and 2 (ENC 1101H and ENC 1102H) are required for students without incoming credit. If you don’t have incoming credit for English Composition, you must take them in Honors sections. We want you to have exceptional writing skills and believe we can help you achieve this goal by requiring you to take Composition with Honors.