HONOR 203 Overview
This directed study class requires students, individually or in a small group, to work with an instructor to curate a list of a minimum of five experiential learning activities related to the student’s major or field of study/interest. Activities should be comprised of a variety of experiential modes, and could include attending speakers, events, films, plays, exhibits, conferences, museums, etc., both on and off campus. Students will spend time outside of class preparing for the events by completing initial preparation and research tasks, and will reflect on their experiences after attending in writing and with regular instructor meetings. Students will end the semester by synthesizing their experiential activities with their larger field of study/interests/future plans. Prerequisite: Honors program enrollment.
- 1.00 Credits