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Nick Fandaros ('23) reconstructing a Papua New Guinean ceramic vessel on loan from Central High School in Philadelphia. (Image: Madeline Hagerman, University of Delaware)
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An honors degree and an honors degree with distinction are the University of Delaware's most comprehensive and enriching undergraduate degree experiences. An honors degree recognizes a student's excellent performance in honors coursework in and outside of their primary major. The honors degree with distinction recognizes a student's completion of the research requirements for the degree with distinction in addition to the successful pursuit of honors coursework throughout the degree program.
The recipient of this degree must complete:
The department offers ARTC 301, ARTC 302, and ARTC 495 for honors credit in conjunction with the regular section each semester. Honors students enroll in the 080 section of each course (ie. ARTC 301-080 instead of ARTC 301-010). This includes an hour of additional course time. Students enrolled for honors credit are responsible for additional assignments and activities, including in-depth investigation of art and artifact technology and deterioration using visual and microscopic analysis, individual meetings with the instructor and local conservation professionals focused on current issues relating to the care and preservation of cultural property, and on-site assessment of the condition and collection care practices of local cultural institutions.
For the Honors Degree with Distinction, the Honors Thesis (UNIV 401/UNIV 402) involve six credits of advanced-level research.
For more information on the General Honors Award, Honors Degree, and Honors Degree with Distinction see this document and explore the University of Delaware Honors Program website.
We encourage all our students, but especially honors students to undertake undergraduate research. There are summer scholarships available for research toward a thesis in conjunction with a faculty member. The deadline for a proposal is March 1st. See the undergraduate research program's website for more details.