Honors Program. The UCLA Honors Program is offered through the College of Letters and Science. Although the other schools (Engineering and Applied Science; Arts and Architecture; Music; Nursing; and Theater, Film, and Television) do not currently offer a formal honors component, students in these schools can take honors courses offered through the College of Letters and Science.
The honors program provides exceptional students an opportunity for advanced research and study, under the guidance of a faculty member, that leads to the completion of an honors thesis. Majors in Italian and in Italian and Special Fields with an overall grade-point average of 3.25 and a 3.5 GPA or better in Italian courses are eligible to participate in the honors program. Applications should.
The honors program is open to Comparative Literature majors with a 3.5 departmental and a 3.25 overall grade-point average. Eligible students interested in this program should contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies or Student Affairs Officer to enter the program. This departmental honors program is an excellent way for a student to deepen their understanding in Comparative Literature.The History Honors Program is designed for History majors who are interested in carrying out a year-long independent research project that will culminate in an honors thesis. The project gives qualified students the opportunity to work closely with an individual professor on a supervised research and writing project. The Honors Program is a rewarding experience for students interested in.Not competitive enough for UCLA standards. I went to a lower income high school where resources weren't that great and opportunities to do more beyond academic work was severely limited. By the time I reached senior year and really started taking in the college application process, my hopes and dreams of getting into a school like UCLA were getting dimmer by the day. I beat myself up every.
Prior to admission to the honors program, students must identify a faculty advisor, who must be a regular member of the UCLA faculty; the faculty advisor must commit to mentoring the student for the duration of the program. Students must also write a two-page proposal (double-spaced) of their project, to be approved by the faculty advisor and submitted with the application form. Requirements.
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The honors program is a three-term sequence (Asian 198A-198B-198C), taken in addition to requirements for the major that culminates in the submission of a 40- to 60-page thesis. In most circumstances courses 198A-198B-198C are taken in the senior year (Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters), although students also have the option of taking course 198A in Spring Quarter of their junior year.
Qualifications include completion of 24 courses (96 quarter units) at UCLA or the equivalent at a similar institution, the requirements in preparation for the major, and eligibility to participate in the College Honors program. Students must also have at least one term of coursework remaining at UCLA. To obtain both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees, students must be provisionally.
To graduate with departmental honors, students must complete a minimum of two honors projects in the context of non-honors upper division courses (French 115 and above) taken for honors credit. They must do an honors project (a research paper of 12 to 15 pages) in addition to the regular course requirements. An honors contract must be signed before the end of the third week of the term. After.
The Honors Program is open to all departmental majors with a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 in departmental courses and an overall G.P.A. of 3.25 or better. Students with lower GPAs may petition for admission to the program, but these grade-point averages must be achieved before graduation in order to qualify for Honors. Students who wish.
Limited to students in College Honors Program. Designed as adjunct to lower-division lecture course. Individual study with lecture course instructor to explore topics in greater depth through supplemental readings, papers, or other activities. May be repeated for maximum of 4 units. Individual honors contract required. Honors content noted on transcript. Letter grading.
The Dean’s Honors list recognizes high scholastic achievement in any one term. The following criteria are used to note Dean’s Honors on student records: a 3.75 grade-point average (GPA) in any one term, with at least 12 graded units; or a 3.66 GPA and at least 56 grade points during the term. Students are not eligible for Dean’s Honors in any given term if they receive an Incomplete or a.
Honors Prize. At the end of the academic year, the department awards the Carey McWilliams Award -- a cash-prize -- to the outstanding honors thesis. Students are advised to see the Undergraduate Advising Office at the beginning of the Spring Quarter for additional information. The Award winner(s) will be announced at the departmental reception.
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The competition is open to all UCLA undergraduates who have written a humanities-focused essay in Spring 2019, Summer 2019, Fall 2019, or Winter 2020. The submitted paper must have been written as a course assignment during one of these quarters. While foreign language essays are welcome, they must be accompanied by the writer’s own English translation.