The Honors Introductory Seminar Sequence (H103 and H104, offered each fall and spring, respectively) fulfills General Education requirements for Written Communication, Diversity, and Oral Communication. Faculty qualified to teach in these areas are invited to teach either course—or both!—and may indicate interest by contacting the Honors Director directly.
Faculty of all disciplines are invited to develop and submit proposals for upper-level, multidisciplinary Honors seminars. Courses most closely connected to the humanities and social sciences are designated H306, and courses with focus beyond those disciplines are designated H307. Examples of previous course titles, as well as descriptions of current and upcoming seminars, may be found on the Honors Curriculum portion of this website. [NOTE: Please hyperlink “Honors Curriculum.”] At the instructor’s discretion, course proposals accepted by the Honors Council will be cross-listed with the Master of Interdisciplinary Studies (MIS) Program, with 2 seats of each class typically being reserved for MIS students and 13 for MIS students.