The Scholars Program offers a variety of unique courses, including:
SCHL127 - Thinking Like Leonardo DaVinci is a two credit-hour, Scholars-only experience course offered only during the fall semester of freshman year.
SCHL227 - Leadership, Project Management and Service is a two credit-hour, service-learning course that gets students out into the community to make a big difference with local organizations, and is only offered during the fall semester of sophomore year.
SCHL280 - These are four credit-hour subject courses that change every semester and are taught by the best faculty from across the University. Titles vary each semester and will often fulfill some general education requirements. Scholars students are recommended to complete the first SCHL280 course in the Spring semester of their freshman year and the second SCHL280 course in the spring semester of their sophomore year. Each semester, a detailed list of the upcoming semester's courses will be sent through the Scholars listserv before priority registration.
SCHL327 - Scholars III - Scholars typically complete the requirements of Scholars III in their junior year. A review of the Scholars III requirements is available elsewhere on this website and in the Student Handbook.
SCHL427 - Scholars IV - Scholars typically complete the requirements for Scholars IV in their senior year. A review of the Scholars IV requirements is available elsewhere on this website and in the Student Handbook.
For descriptions of Scholars course offerings from previous semesters, click the appropriate link below: