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HOW TO FIND AN HONORS GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE

The General Education Program has special requirements for honors students.

REGULARLY OFFERED HONORS COURSES

GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM: FOUNDATION LEVEL

Written Communication

Oral Communication

Quantitative Literacy

Wellness

“The students in my Advanced Freshman English class push boundaries. They ask questions and challenge concepts. They know how to structure thoughts and interrogate complex ideas. Even though we are reading a little-known American author (Richard Yates), the students treat the material with tremendous respect. That shows maturity, thoughtfulness, and intelligence. Meeting with them every Monday evening is an absolute pleasure.”
Ross TangedalProfessorEnglish 150 Honors Section

GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM: INVESTIGATION LEVEL

Arts

Historical Perspectives

Humanities

Social Sciences

“My class is so talkative and quick to engage with topics. The best indicator of how well my honors class is going though, is that every student is in the class nearly 10 minutes early, and every student typically sticks around to continue the discussions for about five minutes after the class. A professor’s dream!”
Chris DiehmProfessorPhilosophy 100 Honors Section

Natural Science

Jason Riddle
“The honors program students have been incredible so far. I think we’d love to have more of them in the fall.”
Jason RiddleProfessorNatural Resources 150 Honors Section

Global Awareness


NON-GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM