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Undergraduate Courses

HON 112 Introduction to Honors (A,D,Q,W). Required of all first-year students entering the Honors College Program. This theme-based seminar introduces students to an Honors education and fulfills General Education requirements for Written Communication, Oral Communication, Diversity, Perspectives on Women & Gender, and Academic Planning. 4 cr. 4 Cr. Fall.

HON 395 Junior Colloquium (A). Required of all students enrolled in the Honors College Program. Introduces students to the ideals and standards of excellence in scholarship and prepares them to complete the Honors thesis. Students develop a thesis topic, identify a thesis advisor, and draft a thesis proposal. 1 Cr. 1 Cr. Every Semester.

HON 490 Senior Honors Thesis (A). Prerequisite: HON 395. Required of all students enrolled in the Honors College Program. Students conduct a major scholarly or creative project under the supervision of a faculty advisor. Provides students the opportunity to extend the current understanding of a problem with original research, to analyze existing research, to generate new knowledge, and/or to create new works of art, technology (e.g. software), etc. 3 Cr. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

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