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Undergraduate Honors Program

Interested in exclusive classroom, community, and networking opportunities?

The Kogod Honors Program enhances your professionalism, creative problem-solving skills, and analytical thinking both inside and outside the classroom through honors-designated coursework and hands-on learning.

In honors courses, you’ll:

  • Work only with other honors students so you can dive deeper into topics.
  • Develop real business solutions for a real client during your senior capstone project.

Outside the classroom, you’ll:

  • Compete in case study competitions.
  • Network with industry leaders.
  • Hear from distinguished faculty and alumni.
  • Mentor incoming honors students.

Past programs include:

  • Honors-only faculty lectures
  • MBA program Lunch and Lectures
  • Roundtable lunches with Dean Marchick and special guests

The Kogod Honors Program Mission and Vision

We provide our most talented and ambitious students with unique experiences to develop their skills and leadership potential to help prepare them for successful and meaningful careers.

  • Students take exclusive, honors-specific course sections that are designed to develop a professional mindset, collaborative problem solving, and analytical thinking.
  • Extra-curricular programming that students utilize to enhance their leadership, communication, and networking skills.

How do I join?

Invitations are sent to eligible students following the Fall and Spring semesters. 

Invited students will have completed 30-45 credits and have earned a 3.5 cumulative GPA and a 3.67 major GPA.

Questions? Email the Kogod Honors team

Curriculum Schedule

Fall 2024    
  MGMT-353 Management & Organizational Behavior
  MKTG-300 Principles of Marketing
Spring 2025    
  ITEC-320 Business Analytics
  MGMT-458 Strategic Management (Capstone)
Fall 2025    
  MKTG-300 Principles of Marketing
  ITEC-355 Operations Management
Spring 2026    
  MGMT-458 Strategic Management (Capstone)
  MGMT-353 Management & Organizational Behavior