The Honors Program offers seven types of courses:
|Honors Sections||Versions of regular courses for honors students, usually smaller and more in-depth|
|Quest Courses||All honors students starting with the 2021 entering class must take the honors sections of Quest 1 and Quest 2|
|(un)common arts||1 credit courses centered around performances or exhibits (arts)|
|(un)common reads||1 credit courses centered around great books|
|Interdisciplinary Courses||Courses for honors students that cross and combine disciplines|
|Professional Development||Professional Development, Leadership, Research, Internships|
Signature Seminars: Leading researchers share their area of expertise with select undergrads
Non-Honors students can register for an Honors course on a space-available basis starting the third day of each semester by completing this form via their UF G Suite account. Requests to register must be submitted by 4:00pm ET on the last day of drop/add.
Courses on Social Issues
Due to myriad interests around current events—COVID-19, economic woes, social justice, antiracism—we've also created a page to cross-reference courses and resources related to these topics:
We also offer Honors Contract courses to supplement any upper-division (> 3000) level course. Apply using the IDH 4903 Honors Course Contract Form.
All course forms can be found here.