Honors College - Honors Core, Minor in Honors Interdisciplinary Studies

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[1] Courses in the Honors Program (HONC) - Honors Core

1310 HONORS CORE I The Search for Self. A reflexive study of a variety of views on the nature of human beings drawn from differing disciplines and historical periods. Team taught. Emphasis on writing skills and insightful thinking. By consent only. Fall. (Honors Core I fulfills general education requirements for WRTG 1310 or humanities elective.)

1320 HONORS CORE II The Search for Community. A reflexive study of a variety of views on the nature and problems of society drawn from various disciplines. Team taught. Emphasis on writing skills and insightful thinking. By consent only. Spring. (Honors Core II fulfills general education requirements for WRTG 1320 or behavioral and social sciences elective.)

2310 HONORS CORE III The Diversity of the Search. An interdisciplinary study of a non-Western culture through a critical study of its art, economics, history, geography, religion, or a study of race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status or cultural pluralism in some form. Emphasis on research skills. By consent only. Fall. (Honors Core III fulfills general education requirements for behavioral and social sciences elective or humanities elective or the third course in the three-course world cultural traditions sequence.)

2320 HONORS CORE IV The Art of the Search. An interdisciplinary study of the arts, including aesthetic theories, art, music, or theater studies, media, film, or human affairs. Emphasis on seminar skills. By consent only. Spring. (Honors Core IV fulfills general education requirements for fine arts elective.)

3115, 3215, 3315 SPECIAL TOPICS Readings and discussions in specific areas of study that are of particular interest to the student. Consent of the Honors College Dean. On demand.

[2] Courses in the Honors Program (HONC) - Minor in Honors Interdisciplinary Studies

3310 HONORS SEMINAR An in-depth study of a selected topic. Should be repeated for a total of six hours of credit. Emphasis on the presentation of seminar papers. Consent of Honors College Dean. Fall, spring, summer.

3320 HONORS OXFORD TUTORIAL A tutorial course for Honors College scholars. A reading list chosen by the student and his or her tutor provides the foundation for a thesis to be written by the Honors candidate. Extensive oral presentations required. Consent of Honors College Dean. Fall, spring.

4310 SENIOR HONORS SEMINAR An in-depth study of a selected topic with a global studies emphasis. Open only to senior Honors College Scholars. Emphasis on the presentation of seminar papers and the art of collaboration. Consent of the Honors College Dean. Fall, spring.

4320 HONORS COLLEGE THESIS PROJECT Work on Honors College Thesis Project. The completed project requires an oral presentation and is evaluated by two faculty members and the dean or his designee. Consent of the Honors College Dean. Fall, spring.