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Honors Courses

The following courses are mandatory for all Honors students for completion of the Honors program:
  • College Writing and Research I
  • College Writing and Research II
  • Freshman Year Experience – FYE 100/101 Honors (required for Honors students in the School of Arts and Sciences)

To complete the required coursework for the program, you must take Honors courses that will count as General Education courses or, depending on the major, electives or related courses. You may choose from a variety of courses including the following:

  • Anatomony & Physiology I & II
  • Basic Life Science Lecture/Lab (for non-Science majors)
  • Clinical Residency in Nursing
  • Color and Digital Photography
  • Criminal Justice I
  • Emerging Leadership
  • The Enlightenment
  • Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare
  • Global Problems and Perceptions of Capitalism (with Nicaragua summer trip)
  • God, Suffering and Evil
  • International Visual Studies: Photography
  • Introduction fo Child Development
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Lifespan Development
  • Mental Health Nursing
  • Philosophy and Literature
  • Precalculus
  • Psychology and the Arts
  • Topcis in Contemporary Math
  • World Geography and Cultures
Lila, honors student
"I always recommend the Honors program to other students. Most of my honors courses have focused on learning out of interest rather than out of obligation. Students in honors often have a higher drive to learn. Although we still hate taking tests, students are more willing to put in the effort.”
Lila Greenstone

Education P3 & K-6/English