Honors Courses

The Honors’ undergraduate experience is personified by our motto, “think, thrive, share.”  Our unique and interdisciplinary class offerings form the foundation of "think" and contribute to the cultivation of citizen scholars through our innovative and interdisciplinary curriculum.  Our Honors classes are taught by faculty who are actively engaged in teaching and scholarly work.

Spring 2024 Course List and Course Descriptions

Fall 2023 Course List and Course Descriptions

Spring 2023 Course List and Course Descriptions

Fall 2022 Course List and Course Descriptions

Spring 2022 Course List and Course Descriptions 

Fall 2021 Course List and Course Descriptions 

What can you expect in Honors courses? Learn more from Honors faculty!


Dr. Katherine Turner describes our course offering, "Introduction to American Studies".

Dr. Stephen Hague describes our Spring 2021 course offering, "Hobbits and Bohemians: British Culture and Society in the Age of World Wars."

Dr. Emily Hyde provides insight into "Honors Topics in Literature: Literature and Medicine" available in Spring 2021.

Dr. Amy Reed explains how her course can help you become an "agent of change" as you explore rhetorical and social elements of medical discourse.