University Honors Prog (HONS)

University Honors Prog (HONS)

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HONS 1101 Honors Humanities I: 3 semester hours.

A writing-intensive interdisciplinary course examining relationships between the arts and letters from the Classical Age through the Enlightenment. Partially satisfies Objective 1 of the General Education Requirements. PREREQ: ENGL 1101 or ENGL 1101P with C- or better, or equivalent. F

HONS 1102 Honors Humanities II: 3 semester hours.

A writing-intensive interdisciplinary course examining relationships between the arts and letters from the nineteenth century to the present. Partially satisfies Objective 4 of the General Education Requirements. S

HONS 1103 Honors Social Science I: 3 semester hours.

A writing-intensive interdisciplinary course examining the relationships in the social sciences from the Classical Age through the Enlightenment. F

HONS 1104 Honors Social Science II: 3 semester hours.

A writing-intensive interdisciplinary course examining the relationships in the social sciences from the nineteenth century to the present. S

HONS 2220 Information Research Techniques: 1 semester hour.

Students develop strategies for recognizing, locating, and evaluating pertinent information and using it effectively in current and future research papers and/or in their field of endeavor. D

HONS 3391 Honors Seminar: 1 semester hour.

Exposes students to a range of critical and theoretical approaches within various disciplines in multiple seminars. Students formulate research problems and incorporate the results of their research into a seminar paper and/or oral presentation. May be repeated for up to 4 credits with different content. F, S

HONS 3393 Introduction to Honors Thesis: 1 semester hour.

Prepares junior-level students enrolled in the University Honors Program to develop, plan, and begin their Honors Thesis or Honors Project. Select a thesis or project topic, identify a thesis director, begin scholarship review for the project or thesis, and develop a timeline for completing the project or thesis. F

HONS 4493 Honors Senior Thesis or Project: 1-3 semester hours.

Supervised by a committee of at least two faculty members and approved by the University Honors Program Director. DEPT 4493H will be used when possible. May be repeated for up to 6 credits. PREREQ: Permission of Instructor and Honors Program Director. F, S

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