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Honors Program vs the Integral Program

kumitedadkumitedad Registered User Posts: 615 Member
I am a little confused as to the differences between the two programs at St. Marys. If someone could explain it would be much appreciated. Also, anyone know of any programs/events happening on campus?

Thanks in advance
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Replies to: Honors Program vs the Integral Program

  • Karen CollegesKaren Colleges Registered User Posts: 1,752 Senior Member
    The Integral Program is based on the Great Books Program at St. John's College. It's a 4 your course, and Integral Program is your major. You have to start the program as a freshman as it is sequential in nature. No exams, it's tons of reading, discussion and essay writing. Did you find this link?
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    Also, if you look up the St. John's website (either Santa Fe or Annapolis), you can get a good idea of what a great books program is all about.

    Don't know anything about the Honors Program, the freshman I know who entered with honors a couple years ago took additional classes and lived in the honors dorm, which does offer some additional activities and lectures.
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