Honors Experience courses require an extra level of rigor in order to help students cultivate business and leadership skills through hands-on, experiential learning and real-world application of course content. Students will be challenged to think differently about their education and how it can impact and inform their career paths.
Honors Experience students will have access to an innovating mentoring model that will leverage interactions with business and community leaders to successful take them from high-potential first-year students to ready-to-launch professionals.
Honors Experience students are encouraged to engage in academic research efforts, including preparation of faculty sponsored discipline-specific honors thesis projects and participation in the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference. Moreover, Honors Experience students have access to events and information relating to business-related PhD pathways.
Honors Experience students have exclusive access to events focused on the development of necessary business soft skills, including professional panel discussions, specialized training sessions, and other unique experiential opportunities.
All students who are admitted to Georgia State University’s Honors College and pursuing a degree conferred by the Robinson College of Business are automatically considered Honors Experience in Business students, with access to all the benefits and amenities.