Completion of the degree requirements of the college in which the Christ College student is concurrently enrolled leads to the bachelor’s degree appropriate to that college or major. In addition, a member of Christ College will graduate as a Christ College Scholar. The transcript carries the notation of the honors designation.
Requirements for the Christ College Scholar Designation
The requirements for this designation are:
- A cumulative grade point average of 3.30 in all coursework completed at the University and in all coursework completed in Christ College for the Scholar designation.
- A minimum of 24 credit hours beyond the Christ College Freshman Program courses CC 110 and CC 115. Students may not choose the S/U grading option for coursework beyond CC 110 in any course used to fulfill the requirements for Scholar designation, except for CC 455 which is graded only S/U.
|CC 110||Texts and Contexts I: Traditions of Human Thought||8 credits|
|CC 115||Texts and Contexts II: Traditions of Human Thought||8 credits|
|CC 215||The Christian Tradition (C-trad)||3 credits|
|CC 499||Senior Colloquium||1 credit|
|One course from the following options:|
|CC 205||Word and Image||
|CC 255||Interpretation: Self, Culture, Society|
|Three courses from the following options, at least one of which must be a CC 325 course:
CC 300/325 Seminars may fulfill general education requirements in Cultural Diversity, Upper Level Theology, Humanities, or Social Science.
|CC 300||Topic Based Seminars (may be repeated)||3 credits|
|CC 325||Topic Based Seminars (may be repeated)||3 credits|
|Off-Campus Study or CC 455||An Appropriate course completed during a semester of off-campus study will be applied or Inquiry in the Liberal Arts (graded S/U only)||3 credits|