Honors Program Classes
Honors seminars are small, discussion-oriented courses with more rigorous reading, writing, and speaking components than average courses. The classes usually revolve around specialized topics and are often interdisciplinary in nature. In order to allow for ﬂexible and innovative course offerings, most Honors seminars are taught as special topics courses that vary from semester to semester.
HON 3950: Special Topics (3)
Recent offerings have included:
- Religion and Science
- Hamlet and Its Inﬂuence
- Morality and Capitalism
- The Black Plague
- Race, Class and Gender in Latin America
- The Commercial Future of Space Exploration
- The Italian Renaissance
- The Knight in American Culture
- The Year 1968
Please see the Program Director for up-to-date information about current and upcoming course offerings.
HON 4950: Special Topics (3)
HON 4990: Senior Capstone (3)
An independent, interdisciplinary research project culminating in a paper and a public presentation in a special Honors colloquium.