The Lewis Honors College has been fortunate to form partnerships with the Gatton College of Business and Economics and the College of Engineering to provide customized academic pathways through the Honors College. Honors Pathway Programs allow students in certain majors to have a more specialized trajectory through the Honors curricula. Interested incoming first-year students should apply for pathway programs through the Lewis Honors College freshman application process, where admission decisions are made by our partners in the Gatton College of Business and Economics and the College of Engineering. We welcome you to explore each pathway curriculum option.
The Gatton College of Business and Economics and the Lewis Honors College have designed a unique international business program aimed at preparing students to become world-ready. Through an enriched curriculum, you will be ready to compete with anyone, anytime and anywhere. You will be ready to be part of the next generation of global business leaders in an ever-changing world market.
The Gatton College of Business and Economics and the Lewis Honors College have designed a unique business pathway program aimed at providing students with marketing, management, and entrepreneurship skills. Through completion of this program, students will gain the expertise in business to become agents of change within a variety of communities including the non-profit business sector, both locally and in a global context.
Scholars in Engineering and Management (SEAM) is a collaborative program between the College of Engineering, the Gatton College of Business and Economics, and the Lewis Honors College, accepting both engineering and business applicants. The program offers cross-functional classes and activities designed to complement a student's chosen major. This program produces a pool of entrepreneurial-minded individuals and attractive, unique talent for potential employers nationwide.