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  • Honors Program at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Anika Kildegaard ’13 singing, as part of her Honors Capstone Project.

  • Honors Program at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Holly Gruntner ’13 delivering the Commencement Address

  • Honors Program at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Cain Boney in New Delhi

  • Honors Program at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Broc Kokesh in Sweden

  • Honors Program at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Tinu Bello volunteering at orphanage in Nigeria

  • Honors Program at the University of Minnesota, Morris

    Connor Lewis participating in SIBS Program at the Mayo Clinic

  • Tessa-Hagen-in-Buenos-Aires,-Argentina

    Tessa Hagen in Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Bridgette Hulse in Ireland

    Bridgette Hulse in Ireland

Requirements

IS 2001H
“Traditions in Human Thought,” (2 cr.) a course that takes an interdisciplinary look at significant historical trends in literature, philosophy, and science and focuses on research and information literacy skills.
Eight Honors Elective Credits
Previous elective courses have examined sustainable development and notions of the common good, the trial of Galileo, the American post-war era, and issues affecting west central Minnesota, and disability studies. To explore Honors courses, please see the catalog.
IS3991H (Optional Elective)
Honors Co-curricular Independent Study. This is an elective course. Up to two honors elective credits may be earned by pursuing a project that explores a co-curricular experience such as study abroad, off-campus internship, national student exchange, service-learning, or directed research. Students pursuing this option must seek pre-approval by completing the form below (an editable version can be obtained by contacting Tammy Berberi). Projects are directed and assessed by the Honors Director.
IS4994H
Honors Capstone Project. The Honors Capstone Project (2 cr.) is an interdisciplinary research project undertaken with a faculty advisor and a panel of two readers from different academic disciplines. The project is often a research paper, but might also be a sculpture accompanied by an artist’s statement, a mini-curriculum, or a recital.