Students who began their undergraduate studies in the Fall of 2012 are subject to the following agreements regarding core and degree equivalencies (for printable listing, click here): For Students in the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Course Counts for HONS 1001 (3 credits) ENGL 1201 (3 credits) HONS 1102 (6 credits) ENGL 1202… Continue Reading »
The trips and excursions provided for students through the Honors Program are offered without any cost to those students who participate. This is one of the benefits of the program, and we have no plans to change this. However, what does occur at times is that students who sign up for these activities then back… Continue Reading »
Deals with historical, artistic, literary, political, religious, cultural, and intellectual developments from roughly 1850 to the present day. We explore how industrialization, urbanization, popular movements and world wars catapult peoples, nations, and cultures into interactions on a global scale. We also follow the emergence of the social sciences and advances in the natural sciences.
This course takes us from the period of the religious reformations of the sixteenth century through the first several decades of the nineteenth century. An important aim of the course will be to try to understand what we mean when we speak of the “modern” world. What is it that makes our world “modern”? How… Continue Reading »
Syllabus for HONS 2105 for Spring 2023 in printable format
The complete syllabus for HONS1102 for Spring 2023 in printable format.
Faculty for Fall 2023 with contact info and links to brief profiles