HON 1010 HONORS SEMINAR 1: READINGS IN CLASSICAL GREEK TEXTS & THE BIBLE (2 s.h.)
Introduction to critical reading methods. Readings in antiquity and in Greek civilization.
HON 1020 HONORS SEMINAR 2: READINGS IN CLASSICAL ROMAN, EASTERN RELIGIONS, AND MEDIEVAL TEXTS (2 s.h.)
Introduction to genre, narration, and cultural context. Readings in Roman, Eastern, Medieval, and early Renaissance texts.
HON 2000 SPECIAL TOPICS (1 s.h. or 3 s.h.)
An elective course enriching the five-semester reading seminar program through selected events or additional readings. The precise content varies. The course can be repeated as the course title changes.
Prerequisite: Permission of the course instructor is required.
Offered: as needed
HON 2010 HONORS SEMINAR 3: READINGS IN RENAISSANCE, REFORMATION, AND ENLIGHTENMENT TEXTS (2 s.h.)
Introduction to modernity. Readings in Renaissance, Reformation, and Enlightenment texts.
HON 2020 HONORS SEMINAR 4: READINGS IN LATE EIGHTEENTH & NINETEENTH-CENTURY TEXTS (2 s.h.)
Introduction to reception history. Readings in late eighteenth and nineteenth-century texts.
HON 3010 HONORS SEMINAR 5: READINGS IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY TEXTS (2 s.h.)
Introduction to ideological and de-centering readings. Readings in twentieth-century texts.
Prerequisite: successful completion of the third or fourth Honors Program reading seminar
HON 4010 HONORS PROJECT (1 s.h. or 3 s.h.)
Capstone project in which a student integrates the Honors Program, core, and major. The 3 s.h. version of the course is a research project and presentation; the 1 s.h. version of the course is a directed reading seminar accompanying the student’s capstone project in his/her major.
Prerequisites: for the 1 s.h. and 3 s.h. courses are successful completion of the five reading seminars, permission of the program Co-Directors, and a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA
Offered: as needed