The Honors Program (HP), designed to recognize academically successful undergraduate students in the School of Management, brings students together for a learning community experience. Students selected for the HP take a series of courses in the Honors curriculum and also participate in the supplemental experiences - including executive speakers, attending conferences and national competitions, and other activities offered to enrich and integrate the overall program.
The eight Honors courses substitute for the corresponding business Core requirements. HP students take the Honors courses as a cohort during their Sophomore, Junior and Senior years. Students fulfill their major area course requirements from the specified curriculum for their declared business major.
To qualify for the HP, business majors must meet the following minimum criteria: Freshman standing (minimum < 31 units); completed all lower division prerequisites to the HP courses; a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.70; and display strong verbal and writing skills and participation in extra-curricular activities. HP students must maintain an overall minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.