HONS 1990. Honors Introductory Seminar. 2 Hours.

Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program. A seminar, usually with an interdisciplinary focus, designed for students entering the Honors Program. Covers acculturation into the Honors Program, along with exposure to methods of inquiry, modeling behavior, and resources of the university community.

HONS 2010. Honors Colloquium. 2 Hours.

Corequisite: HONS 1990. A series of lectures and discussion sessions offered on particular themes, leading to extended work in one particular area of research.

HONS 3330. Honors Option Credit. 0 Hours.

Prerequisite: HONS 1991 and approval of the Honors Director. Supervised tutorial experience between student and teacher that generates Honors credit for a non-Honors course. May be taken no more than three times. Graded satisfactory or unsatisfactory.

HONS 3990. Honors Capstone Seminar. 3 Hours.

Prerequisite: HONS 1990 and twelve hours in the Honors Program. An interdisciplinary seminar on a selected topic. May be repeated for credit if topics are different .

HONS 3999. Introduction to Honors Research. 3 Hours.

An intoduction to a wide range of research methods emphasizing the ability to read, interpret, conduct, report and present research in the student's disipline area.

HONS 4000. Honors Independent Study. 1-3 Hours.

Prerequisites: HONS 1990 and approval of the Honors Director. Directed studies or guided research in a selected area of Honors students. May be repeated for credit.

HONS 4990. Honors Senior Portfolio. 3 Hours.

Prerequisite: HONS 1991, 2010, and twenty hours in the Honors Program. Development, assembly, and presentation of an extended research project or portfolio geared along interdisciplinary lines.