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HON-106: 

Freshman Symposium on Ethics: Culture, Perception, and Action 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during the freshman year, builds upon the discussion of ethics from other first-year courses in the honors program, and looks at divergent texts by great thinkers and philosophers. This symposium investigates great questions that pertain to ethics and culture. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-106B: 

Freshmen Symposium & Seminar – ENGINEERING 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during freshmen year and builds upon the discussion of ethics, service, leadership, multicultural awareness and innovative, accelerated thinking that is discussed in other first-year courses in the honors program. Students investigate real world problems, and brainstorm creative solutions to make an impact on the local and global community. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-106C: 

Freshmen Symposium & Seminar – CS/IT 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during freshmen year and builds upon the discussion of ethics, service, leadership, multicultural awareness and innovative, accelerated thinking that is discussed in other first-year courses in the honors program. Students investigate real world problems, and brainstorm creative solutions to make an impact on the local and global community. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-106D: 

Freshmen Symposium & Seminar – CONHCP 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during freshmen year and builds upon the discussion of ethics, service, leadership, multicultural awareness and innovative, accelerated thinking that is discussed in other first-year courses in the honors program. Students investigate real world problems, and brainstorm creative solutions to make an impact on the local and global community. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-106E: 

Freshmen Symposium & Seminar – CHSS & COE 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during freshmen year and builds upon the discussion of ethics, service, leadership, multicultural awareness and innovative, accelerated thinking that is discussed in other first-year courses in the honors program. Students investigate real world problems, and brainstorm creative solutions to make an impact on the local and global community. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-106F: 

Freshmen Symposium & Seminar – CCOB & COFAP 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during freshmen year and builds upon the discussion of ethics, service, leadership, multicultural awareness and innovative, accelerated thinking that is discussed in other first-year courses in the honors program. Students investigate real world problems, and brainstorm creative solutions to make an impact on the local and global community. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-106G: 

Freshmen Symposium & Seminar – COT 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during freshmen year and builds upon the discussion of ethics, service, leadership, multicultural awareness and innovative, accelerated thinking that is discussed in other first-year courses in the honors program. Students investigate real world problems, and brainstorm creative solutions to make an impact on the local and global community. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-106H: 

Freshmen Symposium & Seminar – CSET BIO 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during freshmen year and builds upon the discussion of ethics, service, leadership, multicultural awareness and innovative, accelerated thinking that is discussed in other first-year courses in the honors program. Students investigate real world problems, and brainstorm creative solutions to make an impact on the local and global community. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-206: 

Sophomore Symposium on Service: Human Connections 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during the sophomore year, builds upon discussion regarding service from prior honors courses and examines the idea of service through religious and historical texts. This symposium examines the Great Questions as they relate to the impact of service on the human condition. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-206B: 

Project Management Fellowship 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during sophomore year and incorporates hands-on, mentored training experiences in various fields of study. Students contribute directly to current projects, business proposals, and project management experiences. This symposium also incorporates basic project management skills. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-206C: 

Research & Design Program 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during sophomore year and includes hands-on, mentored training experiences in each science, engineering, and technology. Students are expected to contribute directly to current research and design projects being led by faculty while learning techniques and various methodologies. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-206D: 

Global Studies and Service 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during sophomore year and builds upon local or global service among diverse populations, study abroad, and mission trip experience. This symposium investigates multicultural awareness, and includes a reflective approach on integrated experiential learning, personal development, disciplinary knowledge, and spiritual growth through active, global involvement. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-206E: 

Internship 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during sophomore year and builds upon internship experience. This symposium explores professional development, and includes a reflective approach on integrated experiential learning, personal development, and disciplinary knowledge through active involvement. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-206F: 

Career Planning and Professional Development 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during sophomore year and builds upon themes of career and professional development. This symposium explores brand building, professional and leadership development, effective communication, and developing a professional portfolio for the workplace. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-206G: 

Graduate and Medical School Preparation 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during sophomore year and builds upon themes of graduate and medical school preparation. This symposium explores best practices for applying to graduate or medical school. It further aids students in developing personal statements, purpose statements, effective resumes/CVs, and effective communication skills relevant to postgraduate work. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-306: 

Junior Symposium on Leadership: The Last Shall Be First 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during the junior year, examines the qualities of leadership through readings and presentations and investigates the Great Questions as they relate to the concept of leadership. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

 

HON-306B: 

Project Management Fellowship 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during junior year and incorporates hands-on, mentored training experiences in various fields of study. Students contribute directly to current projects, business proposals, and project management experiences. This symposium also incorporates basic project management skills. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-306C: 

Research & Design Program 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during junior year and includes hands-on, mentored training experiences in each science, engineering, and technology. Students are expected to contribute directly to current research and design projects being led by faculty while learning techniques and various methodologies. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-306D: 

Global Studies and Service 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during junior year and builds upon local or global service among diverse populations, study abroad, and mission trip experience. This symposium investigates multicultural awareness, and includes a reflective approach on integrated experiential learning, personal development, disciplinary knowledge, and spiritual growth through active, global involvement. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-306E: 

Internship 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during junior year and builds upon internship experience. This symposium explores professional development, and includes a reflective approach on integrated experiential learning, personal development, and disciplinary knowledge through active involvement. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-306F: 

Career Planning and Professional Development 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during junior year and builds upon themes of career and professional development. This symposium explores brand building, professional and leadership development, effective communication, and developing a professional portfolio for the workplace. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-306G: 

Graduate and Medical School Preparation 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during junior year and builds upon themes of graduate and medical school preparation. This symposium explores best practices for applying to graduate or medical school. It further aids students in developing personal statements, purpose statements, effective resumes/CVs, and effective communication skills relevant to postgraduate work. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

 

 

 

HON-406: 

Senior Symposium on Research: Ways of Thinking and Knowing 

0 credits 

This honors symposium takes place during the senior year, builds upon the discussion of critical thinking and research from previous honors courses and examines the topics of research and knowledge. This symposium analyzes the Great Questions that examine ways of perceiving . Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-406B: 

Project Management Fellowship 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during senior year and incorporates hands-on, mentored training experiences in various fields of study. Students contribute directly to current projects, business proposals, and project management experiences. This symposium also incorporates basic project management skills. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-406C: 

Research & Design Program 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during senior year and includes hands-on, mentored training experiences in each science, engineering, and technology. Students are expected to contribute directly to current research and design projects being led by faculty while learning techniques and various methodologies. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-406D: 

Global Studies and Service 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during senior year and builds upon local or global service among diverse populations, study abroad, and mission trip experience. This symposium investigates multicultural awareness, and includes a reflective approach on integrated experiential learning, personal development, disciplinary knowledge, and spiritual growth through active, global involvement. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-406E: 

Internship 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during senior year and builds upon internship experience. This symposium explores professional development, and includes a reflective approach on integrated experiential learning, personal development, and disciplinary knowledge through active involvement. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

HON-406F: 

Career Planning and Professional Development 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during senior year and builds upon themes of career and professional development. This symposium explores brand building, professional and leadership development, effective communication, and developing a professional portfolio for the workplace. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

 

 

HON-406G: 

Graduate and Medical School Preparation 

0 credits 

This symposium course takes place during senior year and builds upon themes of graduate and medical school preparation. This symposium explores best practices for applying to graduate or medical school. It further aids students in developing personal statements, purpose statements, effective resumes/CVs, and effective communication skills relevant to postgraduate work. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the honors program. 

 

 

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