The Honors program brings students and faculty together in a community committed to inquiry and discussion. It is designed for students in any major who are highly motivated and intellectually curious. The program combines a series of interdisciplinary seminars with an opportunity for a senior thesis or creative project. Often the seminars are conducted in the HonorsCenter, which contains seminar rooms, quiet study and meeting space, a computer, a library, a kitchen and the Honors Office. Honors students have access to the Center 24 hours a day. Students in the program must take at least one Honors course per year and maintain a GPA of at least 3.0 (B). Two levels of Honors recognition are possible. Honors courses are open to students who are not in the Honors program on a space available basis. For more information also see the Academic Programs and the Campus Life sections of this catalog.
HON 101 Encounters with the Western Canon 4 HON 499 Senior Thesis, Creative Project,