Honors

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100s

HON 110 Western Culture I 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Introduction to western culture including its foundation in the ancient world. Spring. Study Area I

HON 120 Science & Society I 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Satisfies non-laboratory requirement of Study Area IV. Selected topics from the natural sciences and their relation to society. Spring. Study Area IV

HON 130 World Cultures I 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Introduction to the study of world cultures. Fall. Study Area II [I]

HON 140 Writing & Research I 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Principles of critical thinking and persuasive writing, with applications to written and oral presentations. Fall. Skill Area I

200s

HON 210 Western Culture II: Topics in Western Culture 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Selected topics in western culture including discussion of historical contexts. Fall. Study Area I

HON 220 Science and Society II: Social Sciences and Society 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Selected topics from the social sciences and their relation to society. Spring. Study Area III

HON 230 World Cultures II: Topics in World Cultures 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Selected topics from world cultures. Fall. Study Area II [I]

HON 250 Western/World Culture III: Comparative Topics 4
Prereq.: Honors Program participant. Selected topics in comparative cultures from western and world perspectives. Spring. Study Area III [I]

400s

400-LEVEL CLASSES ARE FOR UNDERGRADUATE CREDIT ONLY, EXCEPT WHERE NOTED WITH "[GR]"

HON 440 Writing & Research II 1
Prereq.: Honors Program participant or permission of Program Director. Methodology of thesis writing and presentation of thesis proposal. Fall. Study Area I

HON 441 Writing & Research III: Honors Thesis 2
Prereq.: Honors Program participant or permission of Program Director. Independent research developed from previous Honors Program courses. Spring. Skill Area I

HON 442 Writing & Research IV: Thesis Workshop 1
Prereq.: Member of Honors Program or permission of program director, and HON 441 (taken concurrently). Problems and solutions in thesis writing. Spring. Study Area II

HON 450 Special Project 1 TO 3
Prereq.: HON 441 or permission of program director. Follow up research on topics related to student's undergraduate thesis and/or policy implications of undergraduate thesis; including involvement in community outreach activities and/or presentations to scholarly conferences.

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