Honors Program Courses
HNRS 100: Honors First-year Seminar
Honors First-year Seminar deeply investigates a course theme; builds college-level, transferable skills in critical thinking, reading, communicating, and leadership development; explores multiple discipline-specific methods of inquiry and scholarship; and develops in students an appreciation for interdisciplinary learning.
HNRS 141: Guided Individual Study
This course provides honors students the opportunity to conduct research, or to pursue an individual creative or scholarly project, under the supervision of a faculty member.
Prerequisites: Proposal for course of study, approved by the supervising faculty member and by the Honors Program director, and (if relevant) Institutional Review Board approval.
Notes: May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits total.
HNRS 192: Honors Colloquium
The Honors Colloquium is a one-credit honors course taken in conjunction with a different two-, three- or four-credit course. Student(s) meet with the supervising faculty member in weekly one-hour individual or small group sessions to explore topics of the co-enrolled course in greater depth or from a new perspective.
Prerequisite: Proposal for course of study, approved by the Honors Program director in consultation with the supervising faculty member and the faculty member teaching the co-enrolled course.
Co-requisite: Concurrent registration in an accompanying 2-, 3-, or 4-credit course.