HONORS PROGRAM (HON)

HON 290 - WHAT IS SOCIAL JUSTICE?

What is "social justice"? This course is an historically-based and interdisciplinary introduction to alternative conceptions of social justice. Students will read selections from foundational texts, both ancient and modern. Regular writing assignments and intensive classroom discussions will help to build analytical skill sets in a variety of disciplines, from economics to political philosophy.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Honors Program, Social Justice Studies

Course Notes: Enrollment in Honors Program required

HON 300 - HONORS HUMANITIES SEMINAR

Credits: 6

Attributes: Honors Program

HON 310 - METROPOLITAN HONORS SEMINARS

Credits: 3

Prerequisites: ENG 102

Course Notes: Instr. consent;Concurr.enroll. HON320

HON 342 - REVOLUTIONS IN SCIENCE

History of modern science in its cultural, political and technological contexts. Includes discussion of changes in scientific method and practice from late 16th century to the present.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Honors Program, Humanities, Social Science

HON 399 - HONORS SENIOR THESIS

Credits: 1-3

Attributes: Honors Program