Upcoming Honors Courses

Upcoming Honors Courses

Fall 2017

Honors Methods: The ability to inform yourself well about any topic ever

HON 1010

Designed to help Honors students build their Honors portfolio, to offer a support system through faculty mentoring, to provide and promote a variety of academic opportunities, to engage in intellectual pursuits, to participate in undergraduate research, and to foster a community of scholars in the Honors Program.

Wednesday 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Taught by Professor Jeffrey Yule & John Wolfe

Honors Guided Reading

HON 2010

Honors students consult with faculty to design reading plans based on the Oxford/Cambridge model.

Tuesday & Thursday 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Taught by Professor Jeffrey Yule & John Wolfe

Honors Special Topics: Digital History

HON 3010

Humanity has a universal drive to determine and articulate our place in the universe. Big History is an interdisciplinary exploration of our origins and development, viewed through a macro lens that moves rapidly through space and time to arrive at a more complete understanding of who we are, how we got here, and where we might be going next.

Taught by Professor Nancy Ross