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:
Undergrad Research Paper-What Happens After Facebook.docx
Undergrad Research Paper-Is 140 Characters Enough.docx
Undergrad Research Paper-From Facebook to Face-to-Face.docx
Undergrad Research Paper-Social News Sites.docx
Undergrad Research Paper-What Motivates Millennials to Seek News Sources and Engage in Political Discussion.docx
Undergrad Research Paper-Strategies and Attraction in Pursuer and Target Dynamics.docx
Fake News in the Trump Era.docx
Does the Medium Matter?: A study regarding how people absorb content from different mediums
NOTE: 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.