Each semester before course registration, the University Honors Program hosts group advising sessions. This is a casual opportunity to connect with fellow Honors students and to talk with advisors about the upcoming semester.
Students are also strongly encouraged to meet individually with their Honors advisor to discuss their Honors curriculum plan and course options for the upcoming semester. Honors advisors are not able to provide registration PINs, so Honors students must also meet with their primary advisor.
Honors students receive priority registration, which means they are permitted to register for courses 1 business day before registration officially opens. Refer to the Registrar's website for specific registration dates. Additionally, Honors advisors can assist students with course registration should problems arise.
Here are the HONORS ONLY course offerings for the Fall 2014:
- HIST 111. 12H Origins of the Modern World to 1500
- HIST 112. 01H Origins of the Modern World, 1500- Present
- PHIL 205. 03H Ethics
- PHIL 205. 04H Ethics
- THEO 100 54H Theological Foundations
- THEO 220. 03H New Testament
- THEO 253. 01H The Church: Yesterday and Today
These are the courses Honors students should consider in their schedule FIRST.
A complete list of courses that are cross-listed with Honors will be published shortly.