Honors Independent Study
Course ID: HNRS 200
This course focuses on a topic of cultural and societal significance that guides students to a richer understanding of a particular time, place, or phenomenon. Examining various ideas and images, students study ways in which individuals and groups have attempted to understand the world. This course uses a range of documents, recordings, films, television programs, and music as appropriate to the particular topic and draws upon honors program instructors as seminar mentors. Lecture 3 hours per week.
Semester(s): Spring, Fall
Prerequisites: Completion of at least one hour of HNRS 110 and seminar instructors and the Honors Program Coordinator consent
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