Business Administration Honors Contract Program
Honors Contract is a leadership program composed of outstanding, selectively chosen Fisher College of Business students. The program enhances the learning experience with innovative real world business projects, challenging team activities, and fulfilling work with nonprofit organizations.
The Honors Contract Program provides students opportunities to:
- Design an enriched program of study that incorporates individual interests and goals
- Take Honors business classes taught by outstanding faculty who are engaging classroom teachers and who are distinguished by their strong commitment to undergraduate business education (Active, hands-on, and experiential learning)
- Develop an academic concentration outside the business curriculum
- Maintain flexibility in scheduling to allow for extended study abroad and internship experiences
Recent class profile
Average GPA: 3.65
The 2013 Honors Contract Application is available online now. Applications are due February 1st, 2013.
Students may apply for admission during Spring Semester 2013 if they have at least a 3.50 GPA (4 point scale) and have earned 60 hours (Rank 3) by Autumn. Students must be admitted to Fisher College of Business no later than Autumn Semester (applied by January 31st, 2013) and have completed the following prerequisite classes by the end of Spring 2013:
- Math 1131, 1151, or 1161
- Econ 2001.01 or 2001.03H
- Econ 2002.01 or 2002.03H
- ACCTMIS 2200H or 2200
- ACCTMIS 2300H or 2300
- CSE 2111 or 1113
- STAT 1430 or 1430H
- BUSMGT 2320
- BUSMGT 2321
- BUSMHR 2291
Applicants will be chosen based on academic excellence, leadership, extracurricular activities, work experience, and personal statement.
You may contact Professor Judith Tansky or an Honors Advisor with Honors Contract questions.