Study Abroad/Away and Honors
Honors requirements that can be fulfilled:
HNR 300: Campus/Community Engagement
- Substitute any course you complete during your study abroad for HNR 300.
HNR 401 and HNR 499: Senior Project Proposal and Honors Senior Project
- Substitute any course you complete during your study abroad for HNR 401/499. Reflection paper required.
HNR 401/499 Reflection Paper
Submit this reflection paper with your Study Abroad Proposal to fulfill HNR 401/499 through a course taken abroad.
Please compose a 1- to 2-page, single-spaced reflection on how your experience contributed to your honors education. Reflect on the entirety of your experience, including your course work and your experiences outside of the classroom (i.e., sight-seeing, mass transportation, lodging, encounters with other people, buying food, etc.). Be sure to include some attention to what you consider an honors education to be.
Current programs within the Honors College:
Water in the West
Join Professor Wampler for this high-impact learning experience. This program is a deep dive into learning about water issues first-hand through experts and experience. Students will take two hybrid courses (GEO 280 and GEO 380) in the first 6-week spring term. Two weeks of online coursework before and after a 4-week trip to the southwestern United States (Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico). Learn more here
Israel: Historical, Geographic and Social Contexts of the Bible
Join Professor Cataldo in Jerusalem, Israel. Explore geographic and historical contexts of the Jewish and Christian Bibles and how biblical interpretations continue to influence the social-political world today. Field trips include Petra, Masada, the Western Wall, Sea of Galilee, Dor, Ein Gedi, Qumran, Jericho, the Dead Sea, and many more. Note: This program will not run in 2024.