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Honors Courses
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General education honors courses have as few as 13 students and offer more intensive study than is normally possible.

Over the years, Anthropology 1, Anthropology 2, Anthropology 3, Art 1, Art 2, Art 3, Biology 20, Biology 41, Communication Studies 10, Economics 1, Economics 2, English 1, English 3, English 33, English 44, English 45, English 48, Geology 1, Geology 3, History 1A, History 1B, History 2C, History 8A, History 8B, History 10, History 11, Humanities 1, Interdisciplinary Seminar 1A, Interdisciplinary Seminar 1B, Interdisciplinary Seminar 1C, Interdisciplinary Seminar 1D, Math 37, Math 50, Math 60, Math 70, Music 40, Philosophy 6, Philosophy 7, Political Science 1, Psychology 1, Sociology 1, Social Science 1, and Statistics 1 have been offered as honors courses.

In addition, honors courses sometimes offer an extensive approach to knowledge by considering the interconnections between disciplines and fields of knowledge. Guest speakers and field trips enhance this approach. Other extensive possibilities are available because many honors classes are scheduled with instructors from different disciplines working together to encourage students to explore multidisciplinary concerns, as they fulfill the general education requirement.

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