Honors format courses are offered each semester on a rotating basis. Attebury Honors students are required to take 6-9 hours from the core courses listed below in order to graduate as an Attebury Honors Scholar. However, students are encouraged to take as many honors format courses as will work into their schedule. Honors format classes are generally limited to 15 honors students. Sample course syllabi can be accessed by clicking on the course name below.
Core Classes in Honors Format:
BIOL 1406-45 Biology I (stacked), fall
Honors Specific Courses:
HNRS 2073 Honors Colloquium, (0 credit, no cost), required each fall and spring semester
Attebury Honors Seminars
Honors seminars, listed in the University catalog as HNRS 2373 are unique courses taught by honors faculty from a variety of disciplines. The topics differ each semester. Courses are limited to 15 students and often include trips, guest lecturers and other experiential learning activities.
HNRS 2373.01 - Outdoor Education - Warning...the content and skills in this course will serve you from now to the end of your days! Students will focus on applications for all facets of life - finding your way and back outdoors, traveling over all types of terrain, locating and purifying water, feeding yourself with edible plants, building shelters, building a fire under any condition, and more. You will leave the course a confident and skilled leader who would have a cake walk on "Survivor."