Honors - HONR
1101, 2101, 3101, or 4101 - Honors Seminar - 1
A seminar which will focus on current topics of interest to Honors
students in an atmosphere of intellectual exchange and more active
student involvement in the learning process. A theme will be
determined each semester for the seminar. The seminar may involve
speakers, projects and service learning opportunities.
Grading will be pass/fail.
Note: Each level may be
taken a maximum of 2 times for credit.
Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors
Program. Course rotation: Fall, Spring.
Each Honors Course involves the completion of an Honors
Project. The requirements for receiving an Honors designation (H on
transcript) in a course are not fulfilled unless the completed
project is approved by the supervising professor and the student
makes an acceptable presentation of his or her Honors Project
at the designated venue (Honors Seminar or Honors Day.) If the
student makes an approved, acceptable Honors presentation, the
course will be tagged with an H on the student's transcript to
denote completion of the Honors requirement for the class.
Course rotation: Honors course selection will vary each
semester and will be identified on the course schedule.