College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Honors Program (HON)

HON 120   Hearing Their Voices:Globalism, Justice and the Lives of the Marginalized 8 credits

Students explore the needs of the world through the eyes of the poor and the marginalized. Students assess global conditions of population, health, economic development, ecology, and political expression in view of human responsibility for creation and the Biblical concern for the poor. Students analyze theoretical and practical approaches to addressing global inequities and needs.

HON 410   Building for Eternity 2 credits

During their senior year, honors students reconvene to explore again the integration of faith and learning for the sake of others and the world. Through a final project in their chosen discipline, students set a course for on-going learning and service in the context of the Christian gospel.