After successfully completing Honors Mindset Seminar, Honors students may choose to take an Advanced Honors Seminar as an Honors Learning Experience. Each Honors Seminar is 1 credit hour, results in a letter grade, and counts as an Honors Learning Experience.
Students should not repeat a seminar. Though the topic may have changed, the repeat policy will be in place for a second enrollment; the credit and grade earned during the first enrollment will be replaced by the second enrollment. If there is a situation that may necessitate repeating a seminar, please be in touch with Christie Martin.
Presidential Scholars who started in Fall 2019 or earlier are required to take three Advanced Honors Seminars and are given priority access to these classes during the first week of registration. Seminars are open to all Honors students starting the second week of registration.
The following seminars are stand-alone courses and may be taken in any order.
HON 202A75: Interdisciplinary Investigations
In this seminar, instructors draw from their research and/or passions to explore a topic or theme, which will be studied across disciplines to highlight the importance of understanding issues from a variety of perspectives.
HON 202A76: Innovation and Inquiry
This seminar challenges students to study and explore inquiry from several perspectives. Critical inquiry as an academic pursuit, inquiry involved in traditional and novel research methods, problem solving, and innovative questioning will be explored. Students apply these perspectives by exploring real-life problems and developing solutions.
HON 202A77: Leadership in Action
The goal of this seminar is to encourage students to identify and analyze effective qualities of successful leaders as well as to participate in an applied leadership experience.
HON 202A78: Culture, Context, and Identity
The goal of this seminar is to understand how culture and context influence people's worldviews, experiences, and identity.