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HON 1000 Honors Seminar
Credit Hours 1.0
Prerequisites Good standing with the Honors College
Description

An introduction to seminar style learning. Exploration of a special topic related to instructor’s area of expertise.

HON 2000 Introduction to Lead with Honors
Credit Hours 1.0
Description

Seminar for students accepted into the Lead with Honors program. Readings and assignments will explore leadership styles and develop students’ leadership skills and capacity. Local, national, and international leaders across public and private sectors will attend classes to share their leadership values and experiences.

HON 2260 Honors Colloquium
Credit Hours 1.0 - 3.0
Prerequisites Good standing with the Honors College
Description

Presentation of various interdisciplinary topics in the humanities, the social sciences, the natural sciences, and business. May be repeated as readings vary.

HON 2500 Leadership & Group Dynamics
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites HON 2000 Introduction to LEAD with Honors.
Description

This course is a study of the knowledge, skills, and values relevant to leadership and membership in groups. It explores group processes and group functioning and applies this knowledge to the development of the cohort for leadership roles at the university and in the community.

HON 3000 Honors Lead Seminar
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

Prequisite: HON 2000. Seminar open to students participating in Lead with Honors Program. Readings and discussion will explore leadership theories and facilitate the transition to students’ internships in public and private organizations.

HON 3260 Honors Topics Interdisciplinary Seminar
Credit Hours 1.0 - 3.0
Prerequisites Permission of Honors College
Description

Advanced seminar on special topics taught with interdisciplinary perspective. Emphasis on classroom discussion, writing, and research. Topics are variable and related to faculty research interests. Often team taught by faculty from different departments and colleges.

HON 3280 Honors Service Learning
Credit Hours 1.0 - 3.0
Description

Students learn by serving a community or organization, such as the underrepresented and underserved, non-profit organizations, or government agencies.

HON 3500 Honors LEAD Internship
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Permission of Honors College
Description

Internship open to students participating in Lead with Honors Program. Students will be matched to internship sites that correspond to their professional interests and that offer exposure to leadership experiences within an organization.

HON 3750 Honors Forum
Credit Hours 1.0 - 3.0
Prerequisites Good standing with the Honors College
Description

Readings from classics in the liberal arts supplemented by attendance at concerts, art museums and galleries, or theatrical performances. May be repeated as readings vary.

HON 4000 Honors Studies in Multicultural Diversity
Credit Hours 1.0 - 6.0
Prerequisites Good standing with the Honors College and consent of instructor
Description

On-site study of intellectual and cultural products of various societies. May be repeated as readings vary.

HON 4200 Honors Internship
Credit Hours 1.0 - 6.0
Prerequisites Permission of Honors College
Description

Placement in domestic or international internships offered through the Honors College. Includes internships in the Atlanta Metropolitan area, the Georgia delegation of senators and representatives in Washington DC, and in various settings in London.

HON 4300 Honors LEAD Senior Practicum
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

The course focuses on demonstrating the competencies of leadership through campus and field experiences. Students must select five of the ten competencies of the certificate program to document and reflect upon in a portfolio of work that summarizes their experiences and learning in the LEAD program.

HON 4500 Enduring Question
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

Enduring Question seminars explore answers to questions facing humanity through the ages. Faculty and students will grapple with fundamental questions by reading and discussing past and present influential thinkers, and interrogate the topic from a 21st century lens. Examples of questions include: What is justice? What is freedom? What is love? What is art? What is death? Does society need religion to be moral?

HON 4870 Honors Thesis: Research
Credit Hours 1.0 - 6.0
Prerequisites Good standing with the Honors College and consent of instructor
Description

Readings or research preparatory to honors thesis or project.

HON 4880 Honors Thesis: Writing
Credit Hours 1.0 - 6.0
Prerequisites HON 4870
Description

Good standing with the Honors College and consent of instructor. Writing or production of honors thesis or project.