HON 110 A, B, C, D.
Faculty Forum I-IV: Honors Colloquium.
An introduction to the scholar’s life utilizing presentations of research and publications by faculty representing various disciplines. This course may be repeated for up to four hours credit. Prerequisite: HON 200 Introduction to Honors
Honors University Foundations.
An introduction to University life and academic programs. Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the Honors College. Same as ACA 150.
Introduction to Honors.
An introduction to honors course work: requirements, expectations, and skills. This course is required as a prerequisite for honors credit for all students. Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the Honors College.
HON 210 A, B, C, D, E, F.
Great Books I-VI: Honors Colloquium.
A study of great literature. The titles of the book selections change each semester. Faculty members present critical reviews of influential books from varying disciplines. This course may be repeated for up to six hours credit. Prerequisite: HON 200 Introduction to Honors
HON 310 A, B, C, D.
Classical Thought: Honors Colloquium.
A study of the great themes of Western Civilization. Course topics and readings change each year. This course may be repeated for up to 12 hours credit. This course contains a significant writing component. Prerequisite: HON 200 Introduction to Honors.
HON 350 A, B, C, D.
Honors Practicum I-IV: Leadership, Service, and Philanthropy.
A reflection on the relationship between service, philanthropy, and leadership. Practical opportunities for service will be developed under the supervision of the instructor. Prerequisite: HON 200 Introduction to Honors.
An introduction to the requirements of thesis research projects. Students will develop a viable honors thesis proposal under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Prerequisite: 18 hours of earned honors credit.
The capstone course of the Honors College. Students work with a faculty mentor and faculty/student committee to research, write, present, and defend a thesis developed during undergraduate studies. An “I” grade is assigned if student does not complete the thesis in the semester of enrollment. Prerequisite: HON 359.