The Advanced Research and Creativity in Honors (ARCH) program provides opportunities to Honors College students to engage in supervised research and creative projects in any subject field under the supervision of FIU faculty experts. ARCH now has more ways for you to get involved with research or creative activities! Take a look at the options within ARCH below.
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Students have the opportunity to engage in advanced research through online workshops. ARCH can be taken for up to 6 credits to satisfy 1 Honors upper-division requirement.
ARCH research can be done independently or as the “Honors in the Major” in selected majors. Participants write a thesis or comparable research report. If the department does not have a thesis, capstone, or senior project option, ARCH requirements apply.
Students who want to participate in ARCH (with or without credit) must submit a completed application.
Here are some tips to remember when choosing a topic:
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Submit a completed ARCH Application
The last day to submit the ARCH Application for Fall 2023 is August 4.
If you have questions or concerns about ARCH you can contact Allen Varela by calling 305-348-4100 or by emailing email@example.com.