HONR 1500    Intro to Honors    1 s.h.

Prepares students for the expectations and requirements of the Honors Program. Students develop skills that aid in their overall academic endeavors and explore topics pertinent to their development within the Honors Program and as citizens of the university, local, national and global communities.
Prereq.: Admission to the University Honors Program or eligibility for admission to the University Honors Program.

HONR 1599    Special Topics    3 s.h.

An introductory-level examination of some topic appropriate for honors study. Typically team-designed. In certain cases, students may arrange to have the course counted toward the major by negotiation with the major department. With approval of the director of Honors, may be repeated for credit with different topics.
Prereq.: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of instructor and director of Honors.

HONR 2601    Honor Seminar    1-2 s.h.

An interdisciplinary seminar series dealing with topics appropriate to students in the Honors Program. The subjects include, but are not limited to, creativity, the organization and function of the university, the total human being, critical thinking, current events, etc.
Prereq.: Eligibility for the Honors Program.

HONR 2602    Honor Seminar    1-2 s.h.

An interdisciplinary seminar series dealing with topics appropriate to students in the Honors Program. The subjects include, but are not limited to, creativity, the organization and function of the university, the total human being, critical thinking, current events, etc.
Prereq.: Eligibility for the Honors Program.

HONR 2699    Special Topics    3 s.h.

A close examination of some topic appropriate for lower-division honors study. Typically team-designed. In certain cases, students may arrange to have the course counted toward the major by negotiation with the major department. With approval of the director of Honors, may be repeated for credit with different topics.
Prereq.: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of instructor and director of Honors.

HONR 3701    University Honors Seminar    1-2 s.h.

A critical investigation of selected areas underlying civilization, embracing and integrating the particular studies of science, society, and the humanities.
Prereq.: Eligibility for the Honors Program.

HONR 3702    University Honors Seminar    1-2 s.h.

A critical investigation of selected areas underlying civilization, embracing and integrating the particular studies of science, society, and the humanities.
Prereq.: Eligibility for the Honors Program.

HONR 3799    Special Topics    3 s.h.

A close examination of some topic appropriate for upper-division honors study. Typically team-designed. In certain cases, students may arrange to have the course counted toward the major by negotiation with the major department. With approval of the director of Honors, may be repeated for credit with different topics.
Prereq.: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of instructor and director of Honors.

HONR 4890    Senior Honors Thesis    1-3 s.h.

Directed research for students pursuing senior honors thesis research. May be repeated for up to 3 s.h.
Prereq.: Junior status; completion of 18 s.h. of Honors coursework; submission of an approved Honors thesis proposal; and permission of the honors director.