Undergraduate Honors Nursing
The School of Nursing Honors Program builds on and reflects the UD Honors Program. The program values and promotes unique opportunities for Honors students including increased depth of exploration of course content, working side-by-side with faculty on their research, and experiencing clinical practice at more than one site for a course. In addition, Honors students have initiated and been major contributors to service-learning.
9 REASONS FOR HONORS NURSING
- Interact with other Honors students
- Live in the Honors dorm.
- Get involved with faculty research, including on-line support for family caregivers, movement disorders, and smoking cessation
- Gain additional clinical experiences early in the curriculum including field trips to The Body Works exhibit, Longwood Gardens to study plants used in medicine, and to a funeral home
- Take part in clinical experiences at multiple sites during senior courses, including centers for treatment of eating disorders and drug and alcohol abuse
- Experience public policy in action through a field trip to Legislative Hall and campaign experiences
- Participate in Study Abroad.
- Make long-lasting friendships with a supportive group of students to collaborate on interesting projects, shadowing experiences, and field trips
- Challenge yourself to go above and beyond, participating in academic endeavors open only to Honors nursing students