HON 101 - INTRO TO HONORS RESEARCH

Semester Hour: 1

Introduction to research methods and information literacy for new Honors Students. Helps students transition to research and coursework commensurate with Honors College standards.

HON 201 - SCHOLARSHIPS GRAD SCHOOL

Semester Hour: 1

Assist select Honors Students to prepare and apply for prestigious national scholarships and top graduate programs.

HON 301 - HONORS SPECIAL SEMINAR

Semester Hours: 1-2

Intensive, discussion-based, interdisciplinary exploration of contemporary topics in the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and engineering. Topics will be decided by instructors and will vary by term. May be team taught. Open only to Honors Students.

HON 399 - HONORS INTERDISCIPLINARY SEM

Semester Hours: 3

Interdisciplinary study of a selected topic. The seminar will facilitate serious appraisal of an issue that crosses disciplinary boundaries and that can be explored using different scholarly methodologies. Prerequisites: Admission to the Honors College.

HON 400 - HONORS INTERNSHIP

Semester Hours: 1-6

Active involvement in a business enterprise, professional organization, or government agency that has particular interest and relevance to the student's course of study. The outside entity must identify a mentor who will keep regular contact with the student. Requires the student to maintain a log of activities and produce a semester-end report. Course grade will be given on a satisfactory (S)/unsatisfactory (U) basis. Approval of the Honors College Dean. Prerequisites: Admission to the Honors College.

HON 401 - HON ENGINEERING CAPSTONE

Semester Hour: 1

Course provides support and mentoring for Honors Students wishing to use their Engineering Senior Design course to complete their Honors Capstone.

HON 499 - HONORS THESIS

Semester Hours: 1-3

Individual research under direction of a faculty advisor. May be taken for up to 6 semester hours of credit. Prerequisites: Admission to the Honors College.