HONORS SEMINAR (HON SEM-473)

108 Honors Seminar (1) Freshmen in the Honors Seminar Program can receive one semester hour of credit for fulfilling the requirements of the Honors Seminar Program. Freshmen in the Honors Seminar Program participate in a series of seminars with a d istinguished campus visitor and attend the public addresses of distinguished visitors throughout the academic year. A research paper is required. Students usually enroll in this course during the Fall and Spring Semesters as they complete the program requ irements and receive the one hour credit at the end of the Spring Semester, with an S grade for the Fall Semester. Under some circumstances, the course might be completed in one semester with the instructor's approval. This course is graded on a P (Pass) or F (Failure) basis.

208 Honors Seminar (1) Sophomores in the Honors Seminar Program can receive one semester hour of credit for fulfilling the requirements of the Honors Seminar Program. Sophomores enrolled in this course participate by attending public addresses of distinguished visitors throughout the academic year. Submission of a course paper is also required. Students usually enroll in this course during the Fall and Spring Semesters as they complete the program requirements and receive the one hour credit at the end of the Spring Semester, with an S grade for the Fall Semester. Under some circumstances, the course might be completed in one semester with the instructor's approval. This course is graded on a P (Pa ss) or F (Failure) basis.

308 Honors Seminar (1) Juniors in the Honors Seminar Program can receive one semester hour of credit for fulfilling the requirements of the Honors Seminar Program. Juniorsenrolled in this course participate by attending public addresses of distinguished visitorsthroughout the academic year. Submission of a course paper is also required. Students usually enroll in this course during the Fall and Spring Semesters as they complete the program require ments and receive the one hour credit at the end of the Spring Semester, with an S grade for the Fall Semester. Under some circumstances, the course might be completed in one semester with the instructor's approval. This course is graded on a P (Pass) or F (Failure) basis.

408 Honors Seminar (1) Seniors in the Honors Seminar Program can receive one semester hour of credit for fulfilling the requirements of the Honors Seminar Program. Seniors enrolled in this course participate by attending public addresses of distinguished visitors throughout the academic year. Submission of a course paper is also required. Students usually enroll in this course during the Fall and Spring Semesters as they complete the program requir ements and receive the one hour credit at the end of the Spring Semester, with an S grade for the Fall Semester. Under some circumstances, the course might be completed in one semester with the instructor's approval. This course is graded on a P (Pass) or F (Failure) basis.

"S" (Satisfactory) Grade For an explanation of this grade, see page 15.

DEPARTMENTAL HONORS COURSES

Honors courses and honors sections of regular courses are offered in several departments. Students are admitted into these courses based upon superior academic records, and/or placement examinations. Persons interested in the honors courses listed below a nd described in detail in departmental listings of courses should direct their inquiries to the several departments.

Arts and Sciences
English 111H-112H: English Composition (3,3)
History 121H-122H: Development of World Civilization (3,3)
Psychology 110H-120H: General Psychology (3,3)


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