Honors Introductory Seminar – 2 credits
An interdisciplinary seminar, designed for students entering the Honors College. In the course, Honors students learn the foundations of honors, explore methods of critical inquiry, participate in academic discussions, and create presentations.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of inquiry and research methodologies.
- Students will practice collaborative learning and academic discourse.
- Students will demonstrate and understand interdisciplinary perspectives.
- Students will create academic presentations.
- Students will create and organize substantive artifacts for a portfolio.
- CITI IRB Basic Module
- Academic presentation of the final project
- College Student Inventory (CSI)
- City as Text or another observational/mapping/reflecting activity – Shatter the Glassy Stare
- Review Honors program of study
- Discuss NACADA guidelines for advising in Honors
- Discuss NACE Competencies related to career skills
- Read and discuss articles on Portfolio and Honors:
- The Power and Utility of Reflective Learning Portfolios in Honors
- What is an Honors Student? A Noel-Levitz Survey
Complete the following form to evaluate the final projects in HONS 1990. In the textboxes below, note how many exceed, meet, need improvement, and unsatisfactory. For more information, review the HONS 1990 EVALUATION RUBRIC.