Honors (HONOR)

HONOR 101  Foundations of Knowledge  1(1-0)  

The Role of the University and the History of Ideas." Students learn how diverse disciplines approach problems of data collection and epistemology. Prerequisite: Director's permission. Corequisite: HONOR 101L. (F)

HONOR 101L  Foundations of Knowledge Lab  1(0-1)  

Lab sections capped at 25 students are small group recitations of the lecture material from 101 each week. Corequisite: HONOR 101. (F)

HONOR 201  Art and Science of Human Experience  2(2-0)  

Students are challenged to examine academic and professional approaches to evaluating human experience from the perspectives of art, humanities, social, behavioral, natural and applied sciences. Prerequisite: HONOR 101. (F, S)

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. (*)

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. (*)

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. (*)

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. (*)

HONOR 291  Special Topics-Honors  (1-3 V)  

Special Topics-Honors. (*) Repeatable (12).

HONOR 310  Honors Group Project  (1-3 V)  

A cooperative learning experience project culminating in a presentation or similar product. Prerequisite: 3 hours of previous Honors work. (*) Repeatable (99).

HONOR 380  Honors Service-Learning  (1-2 V)  

Students will work with a community-based organization to "learn by doing" in an area relevant to their major to enhance learning and build civic responsibility. Prerequisite: HONOR 201. (*) Repeatable (2).

HONOR 481  Senior Honors Thesis  (1-3 V)  

University Honors Program students enroll in this course to receive capstone credit. Senior seminar classes, capstone projects or other appropriate work is arranged by departments. Prerequisite: HONOR 310 and 380. (*) Repeatable (3).

HONOR 491  Special Topics-Honors  (1-3 V)  

Special Topics-Honors. (*) Repeatable (12).