Daytona State's Quanta-Honors College is a learning community that offers an alternative to regular college classes for highly motivated students who value academic achievement and want the competitive advantage that an Honors degree gives.
Honors College students take two years of general education courses in learning community clusters. (Major-specific courses may still be taken outside the Quanta Honors College program.) Each cluster is made up of three courses that are integrated around a theme.
The classes are challenging, but extensive support is available to ensure that students do well. Students work in small groups and will have plenty of time to discuss, explore new ideas and apply these ideas to real-world problems.
Students tell us that they like the classes because they are participatory – we discuss rather than lecture. They like that we value thinking outside the box and challenging the conventional wisdom. And there are some awesome perks:
Students are eligible to join the Quanta-Honors College if they:
In addition to class work in the Quanta-Honors College program, students must complete the following requirements in order to graduate with an Honors degree: