This course introduces first-year Honors students to the Honors College, and sets them up to get the most out of their time at the University. The course emphasizes community-building, creativity, communication, motivation, success strategies, and academic planning. Reading, writing, and project assignments relevant to the student?s first year experience are required.
This course helps students refine the thinking, creative, and communication skills necessary to be successful in Honors, graduate school, professional school, and in one's career. Emphasis is on getting students started on their Honors capstone projects, along with honing their presentation, networking, and application skills. Reading, writing, and project assignments relevant to the student's second -year experience are required.
Topics for USA Honors Students of an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary nature. May be repeated when topic varies. Prerequisite: USA Honors Program
This course is designed to introduce juniors in the USA Honors Program to scholarly research and creative activities in diverse disciplines. The primary graded assignment of the course is the guided development of an approved Prospectus for the Senior Honors Project.
Advanced topics for USA Honors students of an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary nature. May be repeated when topic varies. Prerequisite: USA Honors Program
In this course, students undertake the process of creating knowledge and/or culture. With the guidance of their honors mentor, students in HON 499 become experts in their research, creative, or interdisciplinary project through the process of researching, writing, and disseminating their senior thesis research. This course is designed for students with projects outside of their departmental major. Approval of instructor if prerequisites are not met.