The Honors Program in Sociology
The College Honors Program offers exceptional students the opportunity to do independent research, which mainly involves completing a research thesis over the course of the senior year. Successful completion of this program (and the thesis itself) also enables these students to graduate with honors -- be it with "honors," "high honors" or "highest honors."
For many who complete the program, it is one of the highlights of their careers as undergraduates, a learning experience that adds significantly to their research skills.
In Emory Sociology, we strongly encourage our best students to consider applying to this the program and we are committed to supporting honors students' research.
To read more about the logistics of the honors program in Emory Sociology, please consult the FAQs by clicking here.
To see who has completed the honors program -- as well as their thesis topic and thesis advisor -- please click here.