Centennial Honors College

Course Descriptions

GENERAL HONORS (G H)

101 Freshman Humanities Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable only if second tutorial is taught by a different department) (General Education/Humanities) Reading, writing, and discussion on topics in the humanities to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for freshmen. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced. Students may be eligible to receive WIU advanced placement credit for ENG 180 or ENG 280 but not for both ENG 180 and 280. G H 101 may be repeated only if taken in a different department; however, AP credit may be earned only once.

102 Freshman Social Sciences Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Social Sciences) Reading, writing, and discussion on social science topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for freshmen. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

103 Freshman Science and Mathematics Tutorial. (2–4, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Natural Sciences and Mathematics) Reading, writing, and discussion on scientific and mathematical topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for freshmen. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

104 Freshman Science and Mathematics Tutorial with Lab. (3–4, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Natural Sciences and Mathematics) Laboratory analysis, reading, writing, and discussion of scientific and mathematical topics to be announced in advance. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements may be announced.

201 Sophomore Humanities Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Humanities) Reading, writing, and discussion on topics in the humanities to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

202 Sophomore Social Sciences Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Social Sciences) Reading, writing, and discussion on social science topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

203 Sophomore Science and Mathematics Tutorial. (2–4, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Natural Sciences and Mathematics) Reading, writing, and discussion on scientific and mathematical topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

204 Sophomore Science and Mathematics Tutorial with Lab. (3–4, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Natural Sciences and Mathematics) Laboratory analysis, reading, writing, and discussion of scientific and mathematical topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements may be announced.

207 Sophomore Multicultural Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Multicultural Studies) Reading, writing, and discussion on different topics concerning multicultural issues to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

251 Sophomore Humanities Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) Reading, writing, and discussion on topics in the humanities to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Does not carry General Education Curriculum credit. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

252 Sophomore Social Sciences Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) Reading, writing, and discussion on social science topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Does not carry General Education Curriculum credit. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

253 Sophomore Science and Mathematics Tutorial. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) Reading, writing, and discussion on scientific and mathematical topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for sophomores. Does not carry General Education Curriculum credit. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

299 Honors Colloquium. (1, repeatable for different topics) Exploration of topics focused on significant scientific and cultural achievements. Lectures, discussion, and field trips. Does not carry General Education Curriculum credit. Graded S/U only. Field trips.

301 Advanced Humanities Seminar. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Humanities) Reading, writing, and discussion on topics in the humanities to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for juniors. Normally a term paper and seminar presentation will be required. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

302 Advanced Social Sciences Seminar. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Social Sciences) Reading, writing, and discussion on social science topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for juniors. Normally a term paper and seminar presentation will be required. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

303 Advanced Science and Mathematics Seminar. (2–4, repeatable for different topics) (General Education/Natural Sciences and Mathematics) Reading, writing, and discussion on scientific and mathematical topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for juniors. Normally a term paper and presentation will be required. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

305 Advanced Fine Arts Seminar. (3) Reading, writing, and discussion on fine arts topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for juniors. Normally a term paper and seminar presentation will be required. Prerequisite: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

333 Independent Study. (1–3, repeatable with no maximum) Intensive study and writing on interdisciplinary topics to be approved by the Honors coordinator and faculty supervisors. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College and must have upper-division status.

401 Senior Humanities Seminar. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) Reading, writing, and discussion on topics in the humanities to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for seniors. Normally a term paper and seminar presentation will be required. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

402 Senior Social Sciences Seminar. (2–3, repeatable for different topics) Reading, writing, and discussion on social science topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for seniors. Normally a term paper and seminar presentation will be required. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

403 Senior Science and Mathematics Seminar. (2–4, repeatable for different topics) Reading, writing, and discussion on scientific and mathematical topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for seniors. Normally a term paper and presentation will be required. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

444 Independent Senior Research. (3–6, repeatable to 6) Intensive research and preparation of an interdisciplinary senior honors thesis or project report. Topics to be approved by the Honors coordinator and a faculty supervisor. Prerequisite: Open only to seniors who are enrolled in the Centennial Honors College.

499 Interdisciplinary Colloquium. (1–3, repeatable with no maximum) Reading, writing, and discussion on interdisciplinary topics to be announced in advance. Designed primarily for upper-division honors students. Normally a term paper and seminar presentation will be required. Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Centennial Honors College. Other special requirements to be announced.

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