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Academic Foundations 003
African-American and African Studies 014
Allied Health Technologies 045
American Studies 050
Ancient and Medieval Civilizations 060
Anthropology 070
Arabic 074
Archaeology 075
Art (Art 080, B.F.A. Visual Arts 081, Art History 082, Arts Management 084)
Biological Sciences
Central and Eastern European Studies (CEES) 149
Chemistry 160
Clinical Laboratory Sciences 191
Computer Science 198
Criminal Justice 202
Earth and Environmental Sciences (Geology 460)
Economics 220
Urban Education 300
English (350 and 352)
Environmental Sciences 375
French 420
Geoscience Engineering 465
Greek 490
Hebraic Studies 500
History (History 510, American 512)
Honors 525
Human-Computer Interaction 531
International Affairs
Italian 560
Journalism and Media Studies 570
Korean 574
Latin 580
Legal Studies
Linguistics 615
Mathematics (Mathematics 640, Statistics 960)
Medical Technology 660
Microbiology
Music (Music 700, Music Performance 701)
Philosophy 730
Physics 750
Political Science 790
Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies 810
Psychology 830
Puerto Rican Studies 836
Religious Studies 840
Slavic 861
Social Work 910
Sociology 920
Spanish 940
Speech 950
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Theater Arts, Television and Media Arts (Theater Arts 965, Speech 950)
Urban Studies 975
Women's Studies 988
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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Honors 525  

Honors 525

See the previous sections on NCAS and the UC Honors College for a description of the required curricula for students of the respective Honors College.


21:525:100First-Year Honors Colloquium (3) Theme-based interdisciplinary seminar; theme changes each term. Offers students an opportunity to develop critical thinking skills and work closely with selected members of the faculty on topics not usually covered in undergraduate curriculum or covered at a greater level of detail than ordinarily is possible in a general course. Open to Honors College students only by permission of the director.
21:525:250, 252, 254Honors Special Topic Seminars (3,3,3) Theme-based seminars in natural sciences (525:250), the humanities (525:252), and the social sciences (252:254); themes change each term. Provides opportunities for intellectual exploration of topics not usually covered in undergraduate curriculum or of topics at a greater level of detail than ordinarily is possible in a general course. Open to Honors College students only by permission of the director.
21&62:525:401Honors College Independent Study (BA) Independent study offers students an opportunity to explore an area of special interest with the guidance and expertise of a faculty member through a programs of readings and/or research. Open to Honors College students only by permission of the director.
21:525:450Honors College Internships (BA)

Placement in a suitable off-campus organization that encourages students to understand and to test the applicability of their classroom educational experiences. Eight to 10 hours per week of work, weekly log of internship-related activities, and a final paper are required.

Open to Honors College students only by permission of the director.
21&62:525:497,498Senior Honors Project (3,3) Honors College seniors culminate their undergraduate experience with a yearlong effort that may take one of two forms. (1) They may take the capstone course, a theme-based course in which students may work collaboratively on a common project or complete an individual research project on a subject related to the course theme. (2) Students also may elect to complete an individual thesis, not part of an organized course, supervised by a faculty member. The project may be focused on a student's major area of study or may reflect a special interest or talent of the student outside of his or her major. Credit is given only upon completion of the project. Open to Honors College seniors only by permission of the director. Both terms must be completed to receive credit. This is the capstone of the Honors College requirements.
 
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