The UHL Course Numbering System
All UHL course offerings after the first-year foundation classes are taught as 3000 or 4000 level courses. The second digit in UHL course numbers 3000 and above designates the course as a Leadership Studies track course, Academic Honors track course, or as a Hybrid, a course that can be counted toward either of the tracks.
- Foundation courses are taught as 1000 and 2000 level courses while the Capstone seminars are listed at the 4000 level.
- Leadership Studies track course numbers have second digits ranging from 0 to 3 (e.g., UNHL 3010, UNHL 3100).
- Academic Honors track course numbers will have second digits ranging from 4 to 7 (e.g., UNHL 3502, UNHL 3610).
- The Hybrid courses will have second digits ranging from 8 to 9 (e.g., UNHL 3810, UNHL 3815), These courses may be counted toward either Academic Honors or Leadership Studies track requirements.
- Other courses are offered throughout the program which supplement the UHL academic experience.
The first year UHL coursework aims to educate students in the intellectual, social and personal skills needed to excel while the fourth year capstone experience represents the culmination of the students' undergraduate experience.
The leadership studies courses are designed to develop skills and provide experiences that will prepare students for the challenges of leadership in corporate, institutional, and public life.
The academic honors courses promote an environment for life-long learning and self-discovery while complementing the student's major area of study.
The hybrid courses are designed to bridge the Leadership Studies and Academic Honors tracks and may be counted toward either track requirements.
The courses classified as "Other" are designed to allow UHL students to earn academic credit for faculty-mentored research, internships, and independent study coursework and do not count toward the UHL 27-credit-hour requirement.