For information on honors courses offered each semester, students should consult the schedule of courses or the honors website.
Credits: 1; can be repeated for credit with change in content up to 8 credits.
Discussion oriented courses centered around a single book.
Credits: 3; can be repeated for credit with change in content.
Special topics restricted to those in the university-wide Honors Program. (WR)
Honors Great Political and Social Thought
Examines political, social, legal, ethical and scientific thought through history via the study of ancient and modern texts, film and other media. Close readings of texts develop critical thinking and analytical skills. Restricted to those in the honors program.
Interdisciplinary Junior Honors
Credits: 1 to 3; can be repeated for credit with change in content.
Special topics restricted to those in the university-wide honors program. (WR)
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Professional Development Strategies
Credits: 1 to 3; can be repeated with change in content up to 3 credits.
Helps select undergraduate students identify and compete for the most prestigious career-making scholarships by determining the activities and ideas most important and attractive to selection committees. (S-U)
Credits: 1 to 3.
Restricted to those in the university-wide honors program.
Credits: 0 to 3. Prereq: honors program permission.
Provides firsthand, supervised research with a faculty advisor or postdoctoral or graduate student mentor. Projects may involve inquiry, design, investigation, scholarship, discovery or application.
Credits: 1 to 6; can be repeated with change in content up to 6 credits.
Experiential learning in a variety of work locations. Permission of program director required. Supervision by a faculty member or delegated authority, daily journal and a post-internship report are required. (S-U).
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Credits: 1 to 3; can be repeated with change in content up to 6 credits.
Introduces selected interdisciplinary topics. Content varies from term to term.
Credits: 1 to 15; cannot be repeated.
Students who are accepted by the Washington Center in Washington, DC and obtain permission of the UF liaison participate in an internship for a summer or semester. A variety of settings related to various academic disciplines are available. A post-internship report is required. (S-U)
Innovation Academy Senior Project
Credits: 2. Prereq: senior standing and enrolled in the Innovation minor.
Using lectures, labs and a multidisciplinary team-based project approach, build life skills in creativity and innovation, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial thinking. Synthesize and demonstrate leadership and ethics through design and development of a team project.
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