College Honors in CCIS

The goal of the College Honors distinction in CCIS is to encourage strong students to undertake a project or activity in which they may achieve excellence. Projects may range over research, software development, data analysis, or experimental prototyping. Activities may include work with significant social impact or a service learning endeavor. To apply for College Honors, the student must prepare a full report or publishable paper and a short executive summary. The student must have a minimum GPA of 3.25 but the student does not need to be a member of the university Honors program. A small faculty committee in the college will make the final decisions as to which students will receive College Honors.

For more information on the College Honors distinction in CCIS, click HERE.

Details on the application process will be posted in Fall, 2013.