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Curriculum

A specific interdisciplinary seminar is required each semester for the first two years of the Honors Program. These courses are listed below. In addition, Honors EN 101 is required for the first semester for first-year students. This requirement is waived for enrolled or transfer students who have successfully completed EN 101 or its equivalent.

A. REQUIRED INTERDISCIPLINARY SEMINARS
HN 101: The Nature of Reality     
HN 102: The Nature of Knowledge
HN 201: The Good Life         
HN 202: The Social Good

Successful completion of the required interdisciplinary seminars will satisfy the following areas of the Core Curriculum:

•    EN 100 College Writing
•    The Human Experience: Religion
•    The Human Experience: Elective or Scientific Literacy: Contextual Science
•    Global Society and Its Culture: General or Non-American Culture
         
B.  JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEAR
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
After completion of the four required seminars, honors students must complete two courses designed to facilitate the completion of a required Honors Senior Thesis.  

These courses are HN 300, which should be taken in the Junior year, and HN 400, which must be taken in the Senior year.  

HN 300: The Research Process    
HN 400:  Honors Senior Thesis