Honors in Major
Honors-in-Major offers students the opportunity to undertake in-depth, challenging work in Communication Sciences and Disorders. The program emphasizes student-led, individualized curricula and encourages the formation of working relationships between students and faculty
Honors-in-Major is open to any UNH student with a qualifying GPA.
Students enrolled in Honors-in-Major complete three honors section courses along with an Honors Thesis, for a minimum of 16 honors credits. The Honors Thesis is completed during the senior year although students are advised to begin to develop their project and identify a faculty advisor during spring of junior year. The faculty advisor sets the standards, due date and grade for the project. Students must earn a B or better on the Honors Thesis in order to quality for Honors/Honors in Major.
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|Students must successfully complete the following courses:||
COMM 522H: The Acquisition of Language
COMM 631H: Articulation and Language Disorders in Children
COMM 705H: Auditory Perception and Aural Rehabilitation
Honors designated courses require an additional, special project.
|And, students must successfully complete:||
COMM 799H: Independent Study - A written thesis directed by a faculty member with expertise in the student's chosen area of study. The thesis can be a comprehensive literature review or a descriptive or experimental study. In addition, students are expected to publically present their thesis project.