The Global Honors Program offers a stimulating learning environment and an innovative and experientially rich curriculum. Seminar style classes are taught by internationally renowned and highly invested faculty and community partners in-residence. Students enjoy specialized advising, generous funding opportunities and are members of a close-knit, active community of critically engaged peers.
The Global Honors CURRICULUM is highly interdisciplinary. Research and experiential learning projects are driven by compelling questions that require rich diversity in academic background as well as lived experience. With an emphasis on depth and rigor of research, students develop considerable expertise within areas that might be somewhat familiar to their major, and are able to stretch their thinking and studies to include new academic territory. The inclusion of multiple perspectives and case studies from around the world enhances the academic experience and places the Global Honors graduate on a path to success beyond the university.
A 3.5 or higher cumulative grade point average (either from UW Tacoma or as an incoming transfer).
A minimum of 45 credits at the time of admission.
Less than 135 credits at the time of admission.
Note: In addition to GPA and credit requirements, students will be selected for their demonstrated commitment to collaboration, inclusion, and academic excellence. For more information, please click below: