Honors courses are designed for students who are motivated to develop their critical and creative thinking in a more personalized atmosphere. These courses are offered in small classes (25 maximum enrollment) by interested faculty, deal with broad and/or interdisciplinary issues, and confront some aspect of the human condition. Innovative teaching and assignments are encouraged, and interaction with faculty and class members is lively.
Honors courses are listed in the Class Schedule and are designated by an "H" on a student's transcript so that employers and graduate schools recognize the student's academic achievements in honors courses. Honors course may be taken as electives or to meet goals requirements. Questions about honors courses may be directed to Dr. Mary Jane Hogan, Honors Advisor, 236-3331.