Shenandoah University’s Honors Program has expanded to encompass not only undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences, but also undergraduates in the School of Business and those studying in the four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
Shenandoah’s Honors Program is distinguished by its unique courses that emphasize collaboration, service and communication. The multidisciplinary program enhances the growth of students through providing them with a variety of experiences that are academically rigorous and engaging.
“I am excited that we are now able to extend the benefits of the Honors Program to those students within the School of Business and School of Nursing who are curious and excited about the learning process and how to use it to reach their goals,” said Biology Professor Laurel Rodgers, Ph.D., who co-directs the Honors Program with Assistant Professor of English Jon Udelson, Ph.D., who joined the program’s leadership to accommodate the growth of the program, which currently has 76 students.
The Honors Program features a diverse slate of courses, and Dr. Rodgers is working with faculty from the schools of business and nursing to incorporate more courses from both schools in the program.
To learn more about the Shenandoah University Honors Program, visit su.edu/honors.