Honors (HONOR)

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

HONOR 193 Introduction to Honors 1(1-0)
The purpose of this course is to introduce honors students to the Honors Program. Additionally, there is emphasis on developing effective and efficient study habits based on established learning principles. Prerequisite: director’s permission. (F)

HONOR 210 Honors Life Science and Technology 3(3-0)
A thematic, interdisciplinary, small-group seminar dealing with the aesthetic, cultural, historical, sociological and scientific aspects of life science and technology. (S)

HONOR 220 Honors Health Issues 3(3-0)
A thematic, interdisciplinary small-group seminar dealing with the aesthetic, cultural, historical, sociological, scientific and technological aspects of health issues. (S)

HONOR 230 Honors International & Economic Issues 3(3-0)
A thematic, interdisciplinary, small-group seminar dealing with aesthetic, cultural, historical, sociological, scientific and technological aspects of international and economic issues. Prerequisite: three hours previous honors work. (*)

HONOR 240 Honors Physical Science 3(3-0)
A thematic, interdisciplinary, small-group seminar dealing with the aesthetic, cultural, historical, sociological, scientific and technological aspects of physical science. (F)

HONOR 250 Honors Literary Themes 3(3-0)
A thematic, interdisciplinary, small-group seminar dealing with the aesthetic, cultural, historical, sociological and scientific aspects of literary themes. (S)

HONOR 291 Special Topics (1-3 VAR) (*)

HONOR 490 Special Projects 2(2-0)
Prerequisite: three hours of previous honors work. (*)

HONOR 491 Special Topics (1-3 VAR) (*)

HONOR 493 Honors Senior Seminar 3(3-0)
A thematic, interdisciplinary, small-group seminar dealing with scientific, technological, sociological, cultural, aesthetic, ethical, and historical aspects of issues of education and research. Guest speakers and visits to museums, exhibits and cultural events related to the course’s theme. Senior honors project will be introduced. Prerequisite: Three hours previous honors work. (*)