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Honors course work differs from general course work in both breadth and depth of exploration of subject matter, and as much as possible, inclusion of primary sources of information.  Honors students are expected to exhibit and further develop genuine emotional and cognitive engagement in the learning process and reflect on the meaning of what they are learning in their own and others' lives, including a consideration of ethical ramifications when applicable.  Ultimately, the goal of the program is to produce young adults who will become leaders and serve as transformation agents among their peers, in the campus community, and in the larger social world.  To this end, all courses in the Honors College will incorporate one or more of the following learning outcomes:  

  • Students will demonstrate the ability to examine topics and issues from diverse perspectives.
     
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to engage in higher order abstract, creative and critical thinking.
     
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to explore, and if feasible, experiment with possible applications of their learning toward the solution of "real world" problems. 
     
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to explore and conduct discipline-specific independent research and creative activities using a variety of resources.
     
  • Students will demonstrate superior oral and written communication skills.
 


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