University Bulletin 2016-17

Honors Interdiscipln Studies

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  • HON 101
    Honors Freshman Experience - H
    1 cr

    This course for freshmen Honors students assists them in maximizing their potential for academic success and in adjusting responsibly to the individual and interpersonal challenges presented by college life. Reading and writing assignments relevant to the student's first year experience are required.

  • HON 105
    STEM Freshman Honors Seminar
    2 cr

    This course is designed to introduce freshman in the University of South Alabama Honors Program who are majoring in sciences, engineering or math to strategies and programs that assist students in maximizing their potential for academic success and in adjusting responsibly to the challenges of college life. Reading, writing and computer application assignments relevant to the students' major are required.

  • HON 201
    Honors Sophomore Experience-H
    1 cr

    This course for Honors students assists them in exploring meaningful research opportunities at the University of South Alabama and in exploring and applying for national and international scholarships. Reading and writing assignments relevant to the students' research and scholarship interests are required.

  • HON 290
    Special Topics Honors
    1 TO 3 cr

    Topics for USA Honors Students of an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary nature. May be repeated when topic varies. Prerequisite: USA Honors Program

  • HON 301
    Intro Senior Honors Project-H
    1 cr

    This course is designed to introduce juniors in the USA Honors Program to scholarly research and creative activities in diverse disciplines. The primary graded assignment of the course is the guided development of an approved Prospectus for the Senior Honors Project.

  • HON 390
    Special Topics Honors
    1 TO 3 cr

    Advanced topics for USA Honors students of an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary nature. May be repeated when topic varies. Prerequisite: USA Honors Program