This selective program connects Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Risk Management and Insurance students to a PAID co-op, giving them two years of direct professional experience and mentorship in the field. You must qualify to participate in EPIC.
You’ll grow from:
EPIC’s curriculum focuses on integrated, project-based learning. Courses include:
Contact Professor Liz Unger, EPIC Program Director
260-399-7700 ext. 8310
The Honors Program at USF offers an intellectually challenging, yet highly rewarding experience for undergraduates of all disciplines. Appropriately named after John Duns Scotus, the Scottish theologian and philosopher who, along with St. Bonaventure, established the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition, the Honors Program:
Not to be confused with being on the Dean’s List or graduating “with honors,” the Honors Program is for students who want to take their USF experience to the ultimate level. Honors students work independently and strive for academic excellence.
The Honors program curriculum (link to academic plan) includes 11 credit hours from the
Honors students wear the Honors cord at commencement, and the accomplishment is noted on their transcripts. Admission to the Honors program is competitive.
Contact: Angie Springer
Media Entrepreneurship Training in the Arts (META) will give you the skills and experience needed to thrive in today’s digital technology environment. This two-year program brings together students from all majors — science, technology, business, visual/digital arts, and more — to collaborate on real projects for real clients.
Through META’s curriculum, you’ll take four courses along with the capstone in your major for a total of 15 credits. META course work is project based, meaning you’ll be actively working on a project for a business client in the Fort Wayne community.
META Projects are entirely student-led! Students select projects from submitted proposals, develop schedules, business plans, work assignments, and more.
META students worked with Music Technology majors to launch Marble Lounge Records, USF’s student-run record label (and it’s the real deal!).
You’ll grow from:
You’ll graduate with the skills and experience employers seek:
Communication Program Director
260-399-7700, ext. 8008