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The W. P. Carey School of Business at the Polytechnic Campus, the Morrison School of Agribusiness, and the Honors College work together to provide academic advising, research and internship opportunities, scholarship information and access to distinguished lectures and other special events. By taking courses in Global Agribusiness, Food Industry Management, Business Administration, Human Resources, Communication, Management, or Technology under an honors designation, honors students work on special projects that provide them with an expanded understanding of the course subject matter. Often, these courses have a lower student-to-faculty ratio, allowing the students to work on exciting research with faculty members. Such experiences distinguish honors students from other students and help them gain entrance to graduate programs or garner sought-after jobs. Honors students receive special invitations to various events, including the opportunity to meet industry professionals. They can also gain funding for research or travel to conferences held in other cities.
We are highly flexible regarding thesis format. Some examples include:
We do not have additional requirements regarding who can serve on a committee beyond Barrett's requirements.
Completion of most required classes in a particular major.
Students begin discussing their thesis near the end of the semester prior to the academic year in which they plan to graduate (typically near the end of their junior year).
Contracts are created on a case-by-case basis. Some examples of courses in which honors contracts have been highly successful are: