HONORS COURSES

 

 

HONO 1395, 1396, 1397.  Seminar - an introduction to college-level thought through the study of varied and unusual topics, usually interdisciplinary or theoretical in nature.  Prerequisite:  Approval by Honors Council. Forthcoming Seminars

HONO 3394.  Seminar  - an advanced study of varied and unusual topics, usually interdisciplinary or theoretical in nature.  Prerequisite:  Approval by Honors Council.

HONO 3395, 3396. Tutorial Course In (Major Field)*- individual study and research done under supervision of a member of the Wayland Honors Faculty. Tutorial courses are designated by subject area. Required for students in Honors Curriculum. Prerequisite: Approval by Honors Council.

HONO 3397, 3398. Research in (Major Field) - designed for Honors Students conducting
experimental/laboratory research under supervision of the Wayland Honors Faculty. Research courses are designated by subject area. Required for students in Honors Curriculum. Prerequisite: Approval by Honors Council; HONO 3397 is required for enrollment into HONO 3398.

HONO 4395, 4396, 4397. Thesis In (Major Field) - production of a thesis involving original research, original interpretation, or criticism, completed under supervision of a member of the Honors Faculty.  Courses are designated by subject area.  Six hours are required for Honors Curriculum, with nine hours permissible. Prerequisite: Approval by Honors Council.

*The student's specific discipline will be substituted for "major field" in course schedules and on transcripts.  i.e. History, Math, Psychology, etc.