Catalogue: Traditional Program:
Honors Colloquium (HNS)
Associate Professor Hause, Dean of the Honors College
The Honors College of Belhaven University seeks to prepare students to serve Christ in the world of ideas. Since ideas have consequences, students need to be prepared to critically evaluate ideas and how they shape culture. Through interdisciplinary seminars involving reading, discussion, and written and oral presentation, as well as interaction with guest speakers, students examine premodern, modern, and postmodern worldviews in ways that promote Christian discernment and creative responses.
|101-102,||Honors Colloquium (1-1). Prereq: Admission to the Honors College.|
|201-202,||Interdisciplinary seminar involving reading, discussion, written and oral presentation on a variety of topics in the humanities,|
|301-302,||sciences, and arts. Emphasizes intensive and critical exploration of themes and issues from a Christian perspective. Open|
|401-402|| only to members of the Honors College.
(101, 201, 301, 401, fall only;102, 202, 302, 402, spring only)