Honors applied learning is a great way to get field experience in your major or an area of interest while maintaining the rigor of Honors. Honors students working toward an Honor Interdisciplinary Track are required to engage in a substantial service learning, study abroad, or internship experience.
Any Honors student may earn credit for experiential learning by enrolling in HNRS 481, HNRS 481N, HNRS 398. Honors service-learning course numbers vary by semester. Check for current courses on the Honors website.
Apply for a Cohen Enhancement Scholarship of up to $4000 to study abroad, take an unpaid internship in the public sector, attend a national conference, or engage in undergraduate research and creative activity.
Service-Learning is an experiential learning method that integrates community service with instruction and reflection to improve student civic-mindedness and build community capacity.
Honors partners with Student Involvement to offer credit for study and travel with the Alternative Breaks program. Honors students traveled to New York in 2016 to serve organizations committed to battling hunger and homelessness.
Twenty years from now, you may not remember the atomic weight of beryllium, how to divide square roots or the countries that signed the Versailles Treaty. But if you Study Abroad with Wichita State we guarantee there will be at least one part of college you’ll never forget.
Study Abroad programs give you the chance to study anywhere from Australia to Zimbabwe (and virtually everywhere in between) for up to one year while earning credit toward your WSU degree. » Learn more about Study Abroad