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Year

Autumn

Winter

Spring

Freshman

USCH Freshmen Seminar

 

Classics

Mathematics*

Renaissance

       

Sophomore

Honors Foundations 1000

Modernity
UFDN 2000*

Globalization
Physics 1111*

       

Junior

Study Abroad?!

Faith & Science I
UFDN 3000*

Faith & Science II

       

Senior

Honors
Project (2)

Honors Project (2)

 

 


Please Note
Foundations 2000 and Foundations 3000 are taken whenever they fit into a student's schedule. The sample schedule for these courses is suggested.

Prior to enrolling in USCH 3910 Faith and Science I, students may satisfy the lab science requirement with PHY 1111 or any other college-level, lab-science course. Note, however, that credits received for AP, IB, or CLEP scores will not fulfill this requirement.

University Scholars must select a 5-credit mathematics course from the list of approved courses in the Exploratory Curriculum. This course may be taken any time it fits into a student’s schedule and prerequisites have been met. (AP calculus and/or AP statistics with a sufficiently high score will also satisfy this requirement.)


Christianity and Scholarship can be taken either Spring Quarter of the junior year or Autumn Quarter of the senior year. It must be completed before enrolling for any Honors Project credits.

The Honors Project involves 4 credits of individual scholarly work in a subject related to a student’s major, undertaken with the assistance of two faculty mentors, and completed during the senior year.