The Columbus State Honors program gives high-ability students the opportunity to join a community of like-minded individuals
who desire the benefits of rigorous curriculum and heightened student/faculty interaction.
The Psychology Department is proud to offer an Honors version of PSY 1100: Intro to
Psychology as part of the exclusive list of Honors courses. In addition to the topics covered in the non-Honors version of the course, the
Honors class offers a more in-depth introduction to the psychological theories and
approaches underlying human behavior.
Columbus State Honors students will benefit from:
Co-curricular lectures and activities
Honors designation on transcript and special recognition at graduation
An Honors diploma
Admission to the program will be competitive and based on a student's academic credentials
(GPA, ACT, SAT, class rank, and/or COMPASS scores) and application essays.
Click here for more information about the Honors program.