Course Types

The Honors Program offers several types of courses:

Honors Sections 

Versions of regular UF courses, but specifically designed for honors students

Quest 1 & 2: Typically available each semester

(Un)Common Arts  1 credit courses centered around artistic performances and exhibits
(Un)Common Reads  1 credit courses centered around books from a variety of genres
(Un)Common Writes
1 credit themed writing workshops taught by University Writing Program faculty
Interdisciplinary Courses  Courses created specifically for honors students that cross and combine disciplines
Professional Development  Courses focused on leadership, career development, and other professional development topics
Signature Courses

Signature Seminars: Feature cutting-edge research or of-the-moment hot topics

(Un)Common Classrooms: Short-term, domestic, trip-based learning opportunities using urban environments and natural landscapes as the classroom

Early Arrival Course-Based Camps: Specifically designed for new honors students, taking place prior to the start of the fall semester

Contract-Based Credit

Students can submit a contract any semester for the following:

  • Undergraduate Research
  • Independent Study
  • Internship
  • Honors Contract: Convert any 3000+ level course into an honors course

Forms for all contract-based credits are posted here.

Note: Exclusions apply. Research / Independent Study credit counts as Academic Points - Research. Internship credit counts as Enrichment Points - Internship. Honors Contract counts as Academic Points - Honors Course.


Non-Honors Student Registration

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.


Course Archive

Access listings of courses from past semesters here.



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