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Academic honors will be determined by the undergraduate student's King grade point
average. In addition, certain departments also require honors candidates to undergo an external examination.
Graduates who have completed a minimum of 62 semester hours of graded coursework at King (excluding PLA, and pass/fail credits) will be eligible for the following Latin honors:
Students who have completed 48-61 hours of graded coursework at King with an institutional grade point
average of 3.70 or higher will graduate With Distinction in their given field.
Students in a Master or Doctoral program are not eligible for academic honors. Students
within these programs are required to maintain an A/B level GPA at all times during
HONORS FOR GRADUATION CEREMONY:
The GPA at the end of 10 weeks, during the student's last semester, will be used to
announce anticipated honors during commencement exercises.
The student's final transcript remains the official record of any honors granted.