Honors in the Major Workshop - Spring 2021 Semester:
Come to the History's Honors in the Major workshop on TBA. Hear from current HITM students and their faculty supervisors about their projects.
Honors in the Major Information
Do you want to deepen your knowledge in History? Design and complete your own research project? Prepare more successfully for graduate school? And walk "with Honors" at FSU graduation?
Then the Honors in the Major Program is for you. With faculty members you will select a topic that you want to examine, develop a prospectus, and then plunge into research. Honors in the Major typically spans two to three semesters giving you plenty of time for writing and presenting your research findings. Completing Honors in the Major opens up opportunities to publicize your research to the History Department as well as to the University.
Some recent topics that students have selected for their Honors in the Major work are J.R.R. Tolkien and his views on modern life; punk feminism in the US and UK; and on American internees at Baguio, Philippines, during World War II.
If you are interested in the Honors in the Major Program, you should consult the Honors in the Major Website. If you have additional questions, send an email to .