Honors Program Course Descriptions

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*HONR 200  Honors Seminar in Science/Math/Technology - 3 Credit Hrs.
  Interdisciplinary course open only to Honors students.  Small class size.  Will include in depth study and expose students to a variety of viewpoints from faculty and guests across the academic disciplines, focusing on a science, mathematics, and/or technology topic.  Honors students are expected to read and interact to a wide spectrum of more challenging and thought provoking material than found in a typical course of a similar level. The pace and work is more rigorous and accelerated than a standard course. Course meets Science/Math/Technology elective of the Liberal Studies program.Because every offering of this course is different, enrollment may be repeated.
*HONR 210  Honors Seminar in Social Science - 3 Credit Hours
  Interdisciplinary course open only to Honors students.  Small class size.  Will include in-depth study and expose students to a variety of viewpoints from faculty and guests across the academic disciplines, focusing on a topic of a social science nature.  Honors students are expected to read and interact to a wide spectrum of more challenging and thought provoking material than found in a typical course of a similar level. The pace and work is more rigorous and accelerated than a standard course. Course meets Social Science elective of the Liberal Studies program. Because every offering of this course is different, enrollment may be repeated.
*HONR 220  Honors Seminar in Arts/Humanities - 3 Credit Hours
  Interdisciplinary course open only to Honors students.  Small class size.  Will include in-depth study and expose students to a variety of viewpoints from faculty and guests across the academic disciplines, focusing on a topic of a fine arts and/or humanities nature.  Honors students are expected to read and interact to a wide spectrum of more challenging and thought provoking material than found in a typical course of a similar level. The pace and work is more rigorous and accelerated than a standard course. Course meets Arts/Humanities elective of the Liberal Studies program. Because every offering of this course is different, enrollment may be repeated.
*HONR 230  Honors Seminar in Individual Enrichment - 3 Credit Hours
  Interdisciplinary course open only to Honors students.  Small class size.  Will include in-depth study and expose students to a variety of viewpoints from faculty and guests across the academic disciplines, focusing on a topic related to development of leadership, individual enrichment, or other life skills.  Honors students are expected to read and interact to a wide spectrum of more challenging and thought provoking material than found in a typical course of a similar level.  The pace and work is more rigorous and accelerated than a standard course.  Course meets Individual Enrichment component of the Liberal Studies program.  Because every offering of this course is different, enrollment may be repeated.
HONR 240  Honors Seminar  - 3 Credit Hours
  Interdisciplinary course open only to Honors students.  Small class size.  Will include in-depth study and expose students to a variety of viewpoints from faculty and guests across the academic disciplines, focusing on a topic of a multidisciplinary nature.  Honors students are expected to read and interact to a wide spectrum of more challenging and thought provoking material than found in a typical course of a similar level.  The pace and work is more rigorous and accelerated than a standard course. Because every offering of this course is different, enrollment may be repeated.
HONR 286 Honors Issues – 3 Credit Hours
  The issues course is directed by a faculty facilitator, but is primarily student-led. It is application in nature, with the goal of affecting public policy on real issues.  The course involves group research and student development. Because every offering of this course is different, enrollment may be repeated.
HONR 499 Senior Research Project – 3 Credit Hours
  Automatically cross-listed with any departmental 499 course, and may be cross-listed with a departmental 490 course with the approval of the Honors Program Committee.