Bradley's Honors Program is designed to help talented students maximize the tremendous amount of available, educational resources. The program establishes a learning environment that is open to academic versatility and independent thinking among qualified students.
Because Honors classes are taught as special sections of regular courses, students from any academic major can participate in the Program without adding to their overall course-load. Honors sections do not always require more homework, but the depth of inquiry is generally geared toward extremely motivated students.
In addition to these Honors course-sections, the Program also sponsors special seminars which bring faculty and students together for exploration not normally covered in standard college courses. Honors students also attend social and cultural events that expand upon the overall Bradley experience. Regular trips to Chicago and St. Louis are scheduled throughout the semester.
To learn more about the Honors Program at Bradley, visit their web site.