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Honors Program: Projects

Honors Students are required to complete an Honors Project in order to graduate from Armstrong State University with Honors. It is recommended that they begin their project at the beginning of their Junior year. Students must present their Honors project in the Spring at Armstrong’s Research Symposium. See the Honors Project Guidelines for more specific guidelines your major department may require.

Project Options

Honors in the Major

Interdisciplinary Honors Project

Honors Service and Leadership

The student must submit a prospectus for the approval of the advising committee. The prospectus must document need, outline procedure, and propose a project timeline.


If you are a student who is planning your Honors Projects or if you anticipate conducting your honors project in the near future, keep in mind your responsibilities:

Any students who have questions about the honors project options, about Honors Program policies, or about planning projects and presentations may contact Dr. Roberts at 912.344.3242.

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