Honors

Courses

HON 1001. Honors Orientation. 2 hrs.

Honors Orientation is for first semester Honors Program students and helps students identify, plan, and achieve educational and/or career goals. The course culminates with students presenting an Honors Plan which states their educational and/or career goals and their plan for how they will pursue and/or achieve their goals through community involvement, campus leadership, and experiential learning while members of the IVCC Honors Program. Prerequisite: Honors Program admission.

HON 1002. Honors Portfolio. 1 hr.

Honors portfolio is for Honors Program students in their final semester in the program and helps document and reflect upon the pursuit and/or achievement of their education and/or career goals. The course culminates with students presenting an Honors Portfolio which documents and reflects upon their education and/or career goals and how they pursued and/or achieved their goals through community involvement, campus leadership, and experiential learning while members of the IVCC Honors Program. Prerequisite: Honors Program admission; Completion of HON 1001; Completion of or concurrent enrollment in second Honors section course.

HON 1003. Honors Project. 1 hr.

Honors Project is the second course in the Honors Program sequence following the successful completion of HON 1001, Honors Orientation. This course focuses on a study of leadership styles, further investigation of a career or educational goal, and a group project based on the three pillars of the Honors Program: community involvement, campus leadership, and experiential learning. Prerequisite: HON 1001, Honors Orientation with a minimum grade of C.

HON 1009. The Honors Program Colloquium. 1 hr.

A series of Lecture-Discussion meetings on a variety of subjects (depending upon the specialty of the presenter) that students in the Honors Pro- gram would not encounter within their usual course of study. May be repeated for a maximum of four times. Lecture, one hour per week.