Honors Program Overview
Whether you are looking for more depth in a subject that interests you or a greater connection among the subjects you take, you should consider the TCC Honors Distinction Pathway.
A Distinction Pathway is a series of courses that lead up to a note of completion on your transcript and that help you choose your required courses in a way that goes together. Distinction Pathways--like Honors, Sustainability, or American Ethnic and Gender Studies--provide you with enhanced skills and knowledge that can help you in your transfer applications or future course work.
With the Honors Distinction Pathway, you can:
- Enhance your educational experience
- Access globally-focused curriculum
- Integrate concepts, skills, and knowledge from multiple subject areas
- Interact with teachers and students in smaller classes
- Add Honors to your transcript for all sections
- Pay no fees or extra costs
What makes Honors courses different?
The below points describe how honors and regular courses differ.
Want to learn more about the Honors Program?
View details below, including more about Honors courses and how to apply to the program.
Each course you take will have interdisciplinary elements, a global focus, and an inquiry-based approach.
Courses are open to all interested and motivated students. All TCC students may take up to two Honors courses before formal application to the Honors Distinction Pathway.
When you are ready to apply, all you need to do is meet a few requirements and fill out the Honors Distinction Pathway application.
|An introduction to the 2018 Honors program.||An example of an English 101 Honors class.|
Kristina Young, Honor Program Coordinator