Students must complete:
- All requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication.
- All of the University generic requirements for the Honors Baccalaureate degree.
- Twelve credits in Communication Honors courses. Nine of the Honors credits in the major must be at the 300-level or above and must include at least one 400-level COMM course.
The following Communication courses are regularly offered as Honors courses:
COMM 256-080: Principles of Communication Theory (recommended for freshman COMI Honors students)
COMM301-080: Communication Research Methods (recommended for sophomore COMI Honors students)
COMM341-080: Theories of Interpersonal Communication (recommended for junior COMM Honors students with an Interpersonal Communication concentration)
COMM370-080: Theories of Media Communication (recommended for junior COMM Honors students with a Media Communication concentration)
COMM490-080: Honors Capstone
Honors Capstone Projects from previous semesters:
2012: Undergrad Research Paper-What Happens After Facebook.docx
2013: Undergrad Research Paper-Is 140 Characters Enough.docx
2014: Undergrad Research Paper-From Facebook to Face-to-Face.docxand Undergrad Research Paper-Social News Sites.docx
2015 Undergrad Research Paper-What Motivates Millennials to Seek News Sources and Engage in Political Discussion.docx and Undergrad Research Paper-Strategies and Attraction in Pursuer and Target Dynamics.docx
2017: Fake News in the Trump Era.docx
2018: Does the Medium Matter?: A study regarding how people absorb content from different mediums
Honors credits can also be earned for other COMM courses through special arrangements with the course instructor and approval from the UD Honor's program office.