University Honors Program Courses (HON)

Please see the index for additional information regarding the University Honors Program.

HON 1101
Freshman Honors Colloquium (3)
  The first in a series of interdisciplinary seminars for University Honors Program candidates, combining class work with focus on the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, attendance at campus and community events, and University Honors Program student activities. Prerequisite: admission as a candidate for University Honors Program in fall semester of the freshman or sophomore year.
   
HON 2200
University Honors Special Topics: Interdisciplinary I (3)
  A one-semester course for students who have been accepted into the University Honors Program via the PEAK Program and completion of the requirements for candidacy. Interdisciplinary topics are determined in advance by the Honors Council and the honors director. Prerequisites: HON 1101 or permission of the honors director.
   
HON 3300
University Honors Special Topics: Interdisciplinary II (3)
  A one-semester course for students who have been accepted into the University Honors Program. Interdisciplinary topics are determined in advance by the Honors Council and honors director. Prerequisite: HON 2200 or permission of the honors director.
   
HON 4400
University Honors Capstone Seminar in Leadership (3)
  The final course in the interdisciplinary sequence of University Honors courses is focused upon the subject of leadership, with specific leadership and service topics determined in advance by the Chancellor, the director of the honors program, and the director of the Institute for Leadership Studies.
   
HON 4498
Department Honors Thesis or Project (3)
  Independent study with honors-level credit within the student’s major department. See departmental offerings in English and history.
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