- Thesis & Research
- Scholarships & Funding
The Honors College has established two learning outcomes. These outcomes describe the skills that participation in HC courses and activities (including the honors thesis) allows all HC students develop by the time they graduate.
It's easy to say what honors pedagogy is not. It does not involve different disciplinary learning outcomes than other versions of the same course. It's not about adding more work... or even raising the grading standards.
It's more challenging to say what honors pedagogy is. The inaugural Honors Faculty Professional Learning Community identified four key characteristics of honors courses.
Frequent evaluation allows the Honors College to identify classes with high or low demand and add variety from different disciplines. Check out the unique HC course evaluation that students fill out each term.