The Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration
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RECEIVING HONORS COURSE EQUIVALENCE for STUDY ABROAD, RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIPS, INTERNSHIPS, & INDEPENDENT STUDY
Research Assistantships: Applications are emailed once each semester. Application requires coordination with and a recommendation from the professor who will oversee the project.
Internships: To receive Honors course equivalence students must follow the procedures in this application.
Independent Study: From time to time students may wish to pursue study on campus in a course not currently offered. For example, a student will be studying abroad in Russia in the future and needs an elementary Russian class. It isn't being taught, but one of our faculty used to teach it. The student, that faculty member, and Honors Coordinator work together to develop an Honors Russian syllabus. Such a class requires substantial lead time.
Study Abroad: There are literally hundreds of reasons why Honors students should take advantage of the opportunity to study abroad. Experiencing life in other countries and cultures, developing foreign language skills, broadening your worldview, and making lifelong friends while earning college credit are just some of them. Many students use Study Abroad to prepare for graduate school and future employment. Most importantly, the experience will be one that you will remember and value for the rest of your life. Additionally, Rowan University Honors Students receive funding support to study abroad!
Students should visit the International Center and choose a course of study before applying for Honors approval using this application form.