Honors

* HON 121 Perspectives and Understanding
3 cr.
Explores classic and contemporary works of literature, art, and philosophy with an emphasis on cultural and historical contexts in order to develop critical and multi-disciplinary analytical skills. This course will serve as an introduction to Honors and will be required for University Honors students.

* HON 281 The American Intellectual Heritage (1620-1877)
3 cr. Corequisite: HSTA 101.
Explores in conjunction with HSTA 101 the evolution of U.S. cultural, philosophical, and artistic history through the study of its humanistic achievements from the first colonial writings through the Reconstruction era.
The course must be taken in conjunction with HSTA 101. HSTA 101 and HON 281 satisfy the General Education requirements in the History and Humanities subcategories, respectively.

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* HON 282 The American Intellectual Heritage (1877-present)
3 cr. Corequisite: HSTA 102. Explores in conjunction with HSTA 102 the evolution of U.S. cultural, philosophical, and artistic history through the study of its humanistic achievements from the Reconstruction era to the present.
The course must be taken in conjunction with HSTA 102. HSTA 102 and HON 282 satisfy the General Education requirements in the History and Humanities subcategories, respectively.


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