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Fall 2012

Honors Courses:

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HON111 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON112 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON113 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON114 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON121 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 2

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON122 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 2

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON123 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 2

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON124 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 2

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON131 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON132 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON133 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON134 - Honors Mentoring
Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON201 - Honors Seminar 1
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Offers intensive study of a topic ordinarily not offered or pursued in a course under the guidance a faculty mentor. The student works with the mentor to determine depth of research, length of paper or project, and time requirements, and submits written proposal to Honors Committee for approval. Upon completion of work, the student presents the paper and/or project in the Honors Seminar. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Committee and the coordinator.

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HON202 - Honors Seminar 2
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Serves as a unifying experience for all students in the Honors Program by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and pursuit of thought at a more advanced level of a particular theme or topic. Students deliver presentations focusing on the designated theme, Honors Program mentoring and enriched course projects. Students may attend plays, exhibitions, and/or participate in other activities. Required each semester a student is enrolled in the Honors Program. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or with permission of the Honors Program Committee and the instructor.

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HON203 - Honors Seminar 3
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Serves as a unifying experience for all students in the Honors Program by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and pursuit of thought at a more advanced level of a particular theme or topic. Students deliver presentations focusing on the designated theme, Honors Program mentoring and enriched course projects. Students may attend plays, exhibitions, and/or participate in other activities. Required each semester a student is enrolled in the Honors Program. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or with permission of the Honors Program Committee and the instructor.

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HON204 - Honors Seminar 4
Credits: 1

Catalog Description: Serves as a unifying experience for all students in the Honors Program by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and pursuit of thought at a more advanced level of a particular theme or topic. Students deliver presentations focusing on the designated theme, Honors Program mentoring and enriched course projects. Students may attend plays, exhibitions, and/or participate in other activities. Required each semester a student is enrolled in the Honors Program. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or with permission of the Honors Program Committee and the instructor.

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HON210 - Interdisciplinary Honors
Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Explores a topic encompassing two or more academic areas taught by instructors in the respective disciplines. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors program or with permission of the Honors committee and the instructors.

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HON220 - Leadership Development Seminar
Credits: 3

Catalog Description: Uses a humanities-based approach to leadership training, i.e., classical literature, films, and group interaction. Includes developing a personal leadership style, goal setting, decision making, time management, team building, managing change, conflict resolution, and ethics. Prerequisite: GPA of 3.5 or higher and permission of instructor.

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