Honors Interdisciplinary Seminars are intended to be innovative, creative, and intellectually challenging courses in which students are active participants. These courses offer faculty members an opportunity to teach small classes (Honors seminars are always limited to 20 students) and the chance to explore new topics and instructional formats that may not fit within the traditional curriculum. These seminars also provide an opportunity to examine the intersections and question the boundaries of disciplinary knowledge in ways that are not typically considered in the undergraduate classroom.

Are you thinking about proposing an Honors Interdisciplinary Seminar? Then download the Call for Honors Interdisciplinary Seminar Proposals.

Did you know that all approved Honors Interdisciplinary Seminars must be offered as Honors Special Topics courses? Download the Honors Seminar Approval Package book for more information and Special Topic forms.