About the Honors Certificate
Do you want to understand capitalism and corporations? Do you want to navigate the workplace as a business insider, AND see the flaws of modern businesses? Want to work for or create a company that does good in the world?
While you're studying what interests you through your major—outer space, sustainable interior design, or the evolution of mountains—your small LAMP seminars bring LAMP faculty and students together to examine current issues in the global business climate from multiple perspectives and points of view. You'll explore important questions like how supply and demand works in black markets, how to think about consumerism in American society, and whether the American Dream is viable today. These seminars are taught by outstanding professors in a small-classroom environment, with students who are curious and creative, like you.
You'll also take courses in management, business law, and computer applications in the IU Kelley School of Business—and economics courses in the College—which are an excellent complement to your small LAMP seminars.
A Tradition of Excellence
Students earning the LAMP Honors Certificate take classes that draw together business, economics, and liberal arts. Throughout their education, students cultivate intellectual curiosity, flexibility, and problem solving skills that set them apart from their peers. LAMPers also embrace an attitude of creative solutions and positive energy -- they know that together with their peers, they can figure out problems both large and small.
Students must earn a grade of C- or higher in each of the following courses. Learn about courses unique to LAMP.
When it was launched in 1988-1989, LAMP was based in the Honors College.
The Honors Certificate remains LAMP's flagship program, and our proudest legacy.