Honors Program International Studies
During alternate years, the Honors Program sponsors special foreign study colloquia which allow students the opportunity to augment their investigation of a major international city with travel to that city over spring break. Led by faculty with expertise in that particular region, these courses allow students the opportunity to explore the world around them and provide a forum for meaningful discussion of history and culture. These experiences will provide invaluable insights that will re-shape the way you think about the world. Recent Honors trips have explored Vienna, Rome, Berlin and Peru.
Freshman and Sophomore Honors
Four one-semester, one-credit interdisciplinary colloquia or seminars
Readings, discussions, guest lecturers, writing assignments, projects and presentations
Junior and Senior Honors
Three additional credits via departmental selected topics studies, senior research programs and independent study
Special opportunities for international study
Admission to the Honors Program
By invitation: DelVal invites the top 100–150 students to apply to the program. Admission to the program is based on academic and extracurricular achievement.
Upon request: students with at least a 3.0 average with no grade below “B” can request to enter the program.
A letter of recommendation is required for all students.