PNP Honors students must:
- have an overall GPA of 3.65 at the end of their junior year [unless requirements for Latin Honors with the College of Arts & Sciences differs, the College Office requirements are the default].
- Have their project approved by the Honors Coordinator. After approval is received, a section will be created for you in WUCRSL, connecting you to your primary advisor.
Students enrolled in PNP 499 design and implement an interdisciplinary research project under the direction of two members of the PNP Faculty. The results of the project are written up in an Honors Thesis--typically 30-60 pages.
PNP 499 is meant to be taken over the two semesters of the senior year (for 6 units of credit, which can count towards the depth requirement in your chosen track). This is the only route by which students in PNP can be awarded Latin Honors.
In order to register for PNP 499, you must have your Primary advisor email the PNP Administrative Assistant agreeing to serve on the Thesis committee as Primary advisor. A secondary advisor will be assigned by the PNP office.