Welcome to the Honors College at UNC Charlotte! As the academic and support hub for high-achieving undergraduate students, the Honors College offers many benefits and opportunities. The honors experience includes dedicated communities of intellectually-driven students, professional development events, and forward-thinking, hands-on involvement in the City of Charlotte.
Joining an Honors Program
UNC Charlotte has many honors programs: some are open only to Freshmen and Sophomores, while others are open only to Juniors and Seniors. To find out more about the programs available to you, follow the links below based on your current status: New Student (entering Freshmen), Transfer Student (student transferring from another college or university), or Continuing Student (current UNC Charlotte student).
Refer a Student:
The Honors College at UNC Charlotte seeks an Associate Director, Curriculum
Responsibilities include: developing the curriculum, faculty, and scheduling for UHP-specific honors courses; working with honors program directors on the development and assessment of curricula in honors programs across campus; overseeing the Honors College teaching proposal and course development process; planning and directing the work of UHP and merit scholars programs teams, including supervision of two staff; decision-making on matters of membership, progress, probation, and removal of UHP students; teaching two honors courses per semester; coordination of surveys, assessment, data, and annual reporting on honors curriculum, faculty development initiates, and learning outcomes; and attending Honors College events throughout the year.
This positon will be an integral part of the Honors College team, comprised of professional staff, administrative support staff, faculty fellows, honors program directors and honors faculty across the University.
Applications must be submitted online through Niner Talent. All candidates are subject to a criminal background check.
UNC Charlotte is an affirmative Acton, equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or veteran status.
As the support hub for all high-achieving students at UNC Charlotte, the Honors College offers advising services for students interested in health professions and students interested in applying for nationally competitive scholarships and opportunities.
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