Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Honors Program

General Honors Program

Entering students are recruited from high school to participate in this four year program. The academic program consists of first-term honors courses, honors seminars in the spring term of the first and second years, and graduated research projects beginning in the second term or year and typically culminating in a George H. Cook Scholars project senior year. MORE INFO »

George H. Cook Scholars Program

The George H. Cook Scholars Program is the School on Environmental and Biological Sciences's senior honors thesis program. Candidates draft and present a proposal in the second term of the junior year, complete the six to twelve credit project in the senior year, and defend the thesis publicly at its conclusion. MORE INFO »

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