Lloyd International Honors College

Honors Council

Omar H. Ali (Chair)—Dean of Lloyd International Honors College
Deb Bell —College of Visual and Performing Arts
Melody Patterson Zoch—School of Education
Nadja Cech, Sarah Daynes, and Cerise Glenn Manigault—College of Arts and Sciences
Ratchneewan Ross—School of Nursing
Adrienne Craig—Student Affairs

Eloise Hassell—Bryan School of Business and Economics
Tim Johnson—Housing and Residence Life
Kathleen Macfie—International and Global Studies Program
Maria Anastasiou—International Programs Center
Marcia Hale—School of Health and Human Sciences

Lloyd International Honors College administers UNC Greensboro’s Honors Programs: the International Honors Program, the Disciplinary Honors Program, and Full Honors, combining the requirements of International and Disciplinary Honors.

Disciplinary Honors Program

The Disciplinary Honors Program allows students in all majors to do Honors work in their majors or in upper-division interdisciplinary studies. Through Disciplinary Honors, students have the opportunity to study topics in depth and to do advanced research under the supervision of a faculty member, thus giving themselves a competitive advantage when applying for graduate school or beginning a career. In order to participate in and take Disciplinary Honors courses, students must have a 3.30 grade point average at the time of registration and meet all other course prerequisites.

Recognition

Students who complete the requirements for the Disciplinary Honors Program receive a Certificate of Disciplinary Honors in [major/Interdisciplinary Studies], have that accomplishment, along with the title of their Senior Honors Project, noted on their official transcript, and are recognized at a cording ceremony or banquet at the end of each semester.

Requirements

The requirements for the Disciplinary Honors Program vary by Major (students should check the individual departments in this Bulletin for details on specific course requirements) but, at a minimum, includes those provided below.

  1. Minimum GPA
    UNC Greensboro GPA of 3.30 or higher at graduation
  2. Honors course work
    At least 12 credit hours of Honors course work with grades of A or B as listed below.
    1. Course work in the major
      6 credits Honors course work in the major
    2. Honors project course
      HSS 490 Senior Honors Project
    3. Additional course work
      3 credits of Honors course work in the major or another area

In some departments, graduate-level course work qualifies as Honors for undergraduates.

For those students who wish to pursue Disciplinary Honors in Interdisciplinary Studies, the requirements are as provided below.

  1. Minimum GPA
    UNC Greensboro GPA of 3.30 or higher at graduation
  2. Honors course work
    At least 12 credits of Honors course work with grades of A or B as listed below. At least 6 credits must be at the 300 level or higher
    1. Course work
      9 credits Honors course work
    2. Honors project course
      HSS 490 Senior Honors Project

Requirements for Specific Majors

The requirements for the Disciplinary Honors Program vary by major. Each academic department at UNC Greensboro has a faculty Honors Liaison who is knowledgeable about both his or her programs and International Honors. You are encouraged to get to know the Liaison in your department, especially by the time you are a junior and fully in your major.

Specific information about pursuing Disciplinary Honors within any of the departments or programs listed below is provided with the information for that entity in this Catalog.

  • Accounting and Finance
  • African American and African Diaspora Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Art
  • Arts Administration
  • Astronomy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Classical Studies
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Communication Studies
  • Community and Therapeutic Recreation
  • Computer Science
  • Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies
  • Dance
  • Economics
  • English
  • Environmental Studies
  • French
  • Geography, Environment, and Sustainability
  • German
  • History
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
  • Interior Architecture
  • International and Global Studies
  • Kinesiology
  • Management
  • Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Media Studies
  • Music Education
  • Music Performance
  • Music Studies
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition
  • Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Physics and Astronomy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Public Health Education
  • Religious Studies
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Specialized Education Services
  • Statistics
  • Teacher Education and Higher Education
  • Theatre
  • Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Full University Honors

Students who complete all the requirements for both the International Honors Program and the Disciplinary Honors Program are recognized for completing Full University Honors. Courses used to fulfill the requirements of one of those programs cannot be used to fulfill the requirements of the other.

Students who earn Full University Honors receive a Certificate of Full University Honors in [major/Interdisciplinary Studies], have that accomplishment, along with the title of their Senior Honors Project, noted on their official transcript, and are recognized at a banquet held at the end of each academic year.

International Honors Program

The International Honors Program is designed to complement and enrich the undergraduate study of motivated and high achieving students in all majors. In order to participate in Honors and enroll in courses, students must be admitted into, and maintain good standing in, the International Honors Program. Students who complete the International Honors Program take Honors courses in a wide range of subjects, reach a basic level of language competency in a second language, and study abroad through an approved program.  Courses taken in fulfillment of the requirements for the International Honors Program typically also fulfill the university’s General Education Core requirements.

Requirements

To successfully complete the International Honors Program, a student must be a member of Lloyd International Honors College at the time of graduation, have a UNC Greensboro GPA of 3.30 or higher at graduation, have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or higher on all honors work attempted in the first two semesters of membership in the honors college, and have completed the course work detailed below with grades of B (3.0) or higher.

  1. Course work
    1. Seminar
      A first-year Honors seminar (3 credits) in the first semester after having been admitted to Lloyd International Honors College
    2. Colloquium
      Colloquium course to be taken in the first semester after having been admitted to Lloyd International Honors College
      HSS 198 Honors Colloquium
    3. Additional course work
      9 credits of additional Honors course work.
  2. Additional requirements
    In addition, a student must also complete the items detailed below.
    1. Language
      Master a language other than their native language through the equivalent of the 204 level of language courses taught at UNC Greensboro.
      Ancient languages and sign languages are permitted. This requirement can be fulfilled by any combination of course work, placement tests, and appropriate evidence of mastery through other documentation.
    2. International experience
      Complete an approved international experience, usually in the form of studying abroad for a semester or a full academic year.
      To document completion of the international experience, students must register either for HSS 299 or IGS 297 in the semester following the international experience.

Recognition

Students who complete the requirements for the International Honors Program receive a Certificate of International Honors, have that accomplishment noted on their official transcript, and are recognized at a cording ceremony or banquet at the end of each semester.

HSS 100 Honors College Foundations Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the successful transition to UNCG and to the Honors College, combining university transition content, information literacy, and transferable skills acquisition to facilitate academic and personal development.

MAC: MAC Foundations

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College. Must have fewer than 60 credits to enroll or can enroll by Written Permission.

HSS 102 First-Year Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Modern 3

Historical study of human culture from the 17th century to the present.

MAC: MAC Global and Intercultural

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 103 First-Year Seminar in the Physical Sciences 3

Study of physical sciences with attention to the methods of scientific investigation.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 105 First-Year Seminar in the Fine Arts 3

Study of selected topics in the fine arts, which include painting, sculpture, cinema, dance, music, theatre, architecture, and design.

MAC: MAC Oral Communication

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 106 First-Year Seminar in Philosophical/Religious/Ethical Principles 3

Study of philosophical, religious, and ethical traditions that have shaped societies in the past and the present.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 108 First-Year Seminar in Social and Behavioral Studies 3

Study of the interrelationship between individuals and society and of the social and intellectual contexts of events and situations.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 109 First-Year Seminar in Reasoning and Discourse 3

Study of intellectual discourse, including the construction, analysis, and synthesis of cogent arguments.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 112 First-Year Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Modern 3

Historical study of human culture from the 17th century to the present.

MAC: MAC Oral Communication

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 116 First-Year Seminar in Philosophical/Religious/Ethical Principles 3

Study of philosophical, religious, and ethical traditions that have shaped societies in the past and the present.

MAC: MAC Diversity and Equity

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 118 First-Year Seminar in Social and Behavioral Studies 3

Study of the interrelationship between individuals and society and of the social and intellectual contexts of events and situations.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 121 First-Year Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Premodern 3

Historical study of human culture from ancient times to the 17th century.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 122 First-Year Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Modern 3

Historical study of human culture from the 17th century to the present.

MAC: MAC Oral Communication

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 125 First-Year Seminar in the Fine Arts 3

Study of selected topics in the fine arts, which include painting, sculpture, cinema, dance, music, theatre, architecture, and design.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 127 First-Year Seminar in Literature 3

Study of works of literature and the social and historical contexts from which they come.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 128 First-Year Seminar in Social and Behavioral Studies 3

Study of the interrelationship between individuals and society and of the social and intellectual contexts of events and situations.

MAC: MAC Diversity and Equity

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only.

HSS 138 First-Year Seminar in Cultural Anthropology 3

Cultural anthropology attempts to stimulate interest in basic questions about human nature and human adaptation, including major theoretical approaches, the nature of field work, and an examination of selected topics.

MAC: MAC Global and Intercultural

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College. open to first-year students only;

Notes: Students may not receive credit for both ATY 113 and HSS 138.

HSS 140 Honors College Written Communication Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the teaching and learning of transferable writing strategies, including invention, arrangement, style, and revision.

MAC: MAC Written Communication

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 141 Honors College Oral Communication Seminar 3

An intensive focus on student development of oral communication knowledge and abilities, including presenting and interacting in contexts such as public speaking, interpersonal communication, and group communication.

MAC: MAC Oral Communication

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 142 Honors College Quantitative Reasoning Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the application of mathematical reasoning to formulate and solve problems from a variety of contexts and real-world situations.

MAC: MAC Quantitative Reasoning

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 143 Honors College Health and Wellness Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the intersection of health and wellness and information literacy, with explicit instruction in how to understand decisions as they impact the health and wellness of individuals or communities.

MAC: MAC Health and Wellness

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 144 Honors College Critical Thinking in the Humanities and Fine Arts Seminar 3

An intensive focus on foundational tools for reasoning, including constructing sound arguments; evaluating the quality of evidence; and forming judgments about the evidence, arguments, and conclusions of others in Humanities and Fine Arts disciplines.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 145 Honors Critical Thinking and Inquiry in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Seminar 3

An intensive focus on foundational tools for reasoning, including constructing sound arguments; evaluating the quality of evidence; and forming judgments about the evidence, arguments, and conclusions of others in Social and Behavioral Sciences disciplines.

MAC: MAC CritThink Soc and BehavSci

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 146 Honors Critical Thinking and Inquiry in the Natural Sciences Seminar 3

An intensive focus on explaining, predicting, and reasoning about the behavior of natural systems, or the outcomes of observations or measurements; using arguments based on established scientific principles and models; and developing, deepening, refining, or extending concepts, principles, and models to explain natural systems, based on empirical observations.

MAC: MAC CritThink Nat Sci

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 147 Honors Global Engagement and Intercultural Learning Seminar 3

An intensive focus on knowledge and critical understanding of similarities and differences across world cultures over time, emphasizing the development of global perspectives and skills to engage cross-culturally.

MAC: MAC Global and Intercultural

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 148 Honors Diversity and Equity Seminar 3

An intensive focus on systems of oppression, structures of power, and institutions, with connections to US or global societies and the examination of intellectual traditions that address systems of injustice.

MAC: MAC Diversity and Equity

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 149 Honors Data Analysis and Interpretation in the Natural Sciences Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the role of quantitative data analysis and interpretation of empirical information in the development of scientific theories and models.

MAC: MAC Nat Sci Data Analysis

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 198 Honors Colloquium 1

Introduction to a liberal education in a global context, to cultural self-awareness and shock, and to methods for taking ownership of one's own education.

Prerequisites: Must be taken in the first semester after being admitted to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: Grade: Pass/Not Pass (P/NP).

HSS 201 Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Premodern 3

Historical study of human culture from ancient times to the 17th century.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 202 Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Modern 3

Historical study of human culture from the 17th century to the present.

MAC: MAC Written Communication

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 203 Seminar in the Physical Sciences 3

Study of physical sciences with attention to the methods of scientific investigation.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 204 Seminar in the Life Sciences 3

Study of life sciences with attention to the methods of scientific investigation.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 205 Seminar in the Fine Arts 3

Study of selected topics in the fine arts, which include painting, sculpture, cinema, dance, music, theatre, architecture, and design.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 206 Seminar in Philosophical/Religious/Ethical Principles 3

Study of philosophical, religious, and ethical traditions that have shaped societies in the past and the present.

MAC: MAC Diversity and Equity

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 207 Seminar in Literature 3

Study of works of literature and the social and historical contexts from which they come.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 208 Seminar in Social and Behavioral Studies 3

Study of the interrelationship between individuals and society and of the social and intellectual contexts of events and situations.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 209 Seminar in Reasoning and Discourse 3

Study of intellectual discourse, including the construction, analysis, and synthesis of written, oral, and/or visual arguments.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 212 Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Modern 3

Historical study of human culture from the 17th century to the present.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 215 Seminar in the Fine Arts: Global Non-Western 3

Study of selected topics in Global Non-Western fine arts, which include painting, sculpture, cinema, dance, music, theatre, architecture, and design.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 216 Seminar in Philosophical/Religious/Ethical Principles 3

Study of philosophical, religious, and ethical traditions that have shaped societies in the past and the present.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 217 Seminar in Literature 3

Study of works of literature and the social and historical contexts from which they come.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 218 Seminar in Social and Behavioral Studies 3

Study of the interrelationship between individuals and society and of the social and intellectual contexts of events and situations.

MAC: MAC CritThink Soc and BehavSci

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 221 Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Premodern 3

Historical study of human culture from ancient times to the 17th century.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 222 Seminar in Historical Perspectives: Modern 3

Historical study of human culture from the 17th century to the present.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 223 Seminar in the Physical Sciences 3

Study of physical sciences with attention to the methods of scientific investigation.

MAC: MAC CritThink Nat Sci

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 224 Seminar in the Life Sciences 3

Study of life sciences with attention to the methods of scientific investigation.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 225 Seminar in the Fine Arts 3

Study of selected topics in the fine arts, which include painting, sculpture, cinema, dance, music, theatre, architecture, and design.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 226 Seminar in Philosophical/Religious/Ethical Principles 3

Study of philosophical, religious, and ethical traditions that have shaped societies in the past and the present.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 227 Seminar in Literature 3

Study of works of literature and the social and historical contexts from which they come.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 228 Seminar in Social and Behavioral Studies 3

Study of the interrelationship between individuals and society and of the social and intellectual contexts of events and situations.

MAC: MAC Global and Intercultural

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 240 Honors College Written Communication Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the teaching and learning of transferable writing strategies, including invention, arrangement, style, and revision.

MAC: MAC Written Communication

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 241 Honors College Oral Communication Seminar 3

An intensive focus on student development of oral communication knowledge and abilities, including presenting and interacting in contexts such as public speaking, interpersonal communication, and group communication.

MAC: MAC Oral Communication

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 243 Honors College Health and Wellness Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the intersection of health and wellness and information literacy, with explicit instruction in how to understand decisions as they impact the health and wellness of individuals or communities.

MAC: MAC Health and Wellness

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 244 Honors College Critical Thinking in the Humanities and Fine Arts Seminar 3

An intensive focus on foundational tools for reasoning, including constructing sound arguments; evaluating the quality of evidence; and forming judgments about the evidence, arguments, and conclusions of others in Humanities and Fine Arts disciplines.

MAC: MAC CritThink Hum and Fine Art

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 245 Honors Critical Thinking and Inquiry in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Seminar 3

An intensive focus on foundational tools for reasoning, including constructing sound arguments; evaluating the quality of evidence; and forming judgments about the evidence, arguments, and conclusions of others in Social and Behavioral Sciences disciplines.

MAC: MAC Diversity and Equity

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 246 Honors Critical Thinking and Inquiry in the Natural Sciences Seminar 3

An intensive focus on explaining, predicting, and reasoning about the behavior of natural systems, or the outcomes of observations or measurements; using arguments based on established scientific principles and models; and developing, deepening, refining, or extending concepts, principles, and models to explain natural systems, based on empirical observations.

MAC: MAC CritThink Nat Sci

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 247 Honors Global Engagement and Intercultural Learning Seminar 3

An intensive focus on knowledge and critical understanding of similarities and differences across world cultures over time, emphasizing the development of global perspectives and skills to engage cross-culturally.

MAC: MAC Global and Intercultural

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 248 Honors Diversity and Equity Seminar 3

An intensive focus on systems of oppression, structures of power, and institutions, with connections to US or global societies and the examination of intellectual traditions that address systems of injustice.

MAC: MAC Diversity and Equity

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 249 Honors Data Analysis and Interpretation in the Natural Sciences Seminar 3

An intensive focus on the role of quantitative data analysis and interpretation of empirical information in the development of scientific theories and models.

MAC: MAC Nat Sci Data Analysis

Prerequisites: Restricted to students in Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic varies.

HSS 299 Honors International Experience 0

Students report on their Honors International Experience to students in HSS 198 through a combination of oral reports and written materials.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College and previously undertaken approved Honors International Experience.

Notes: Grade: Pass/Not Pass (P/NP).

HSS 300 Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar 3

Interdisciplinary seminar focusing on a particular theme or topic and taught by two faculty members from different disciplines or schools. Topic varies each semester.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College or permission of the Dean.

Notes: May be repeated for credit as topic changes.

HSS 310 Honors Abroad 3

Exploration of the culture of another country, done on site in the country and under the guidance of a UNCG faculty member (usually through UNCG's Student Exchange Program).

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College or permission of the Dean.

Notes: Special requirements: travel to the host country. May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

HSS 320 Honors Tutorial 1-3

Students (usually 4 or 5) meet with a faculty member to explore an agreed upon set of topics. The faculty member will guide the discussion.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College or permission of the Dean.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit if the topic of study changes.

HSS 330 Honors Independent Study 1-3

Student consults with a supervising faculty member to develop a program of concentrated study and investigation within a particular discipline.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

Notes: May be repeated once for credit if the topic of study changes.

HSS 400 Senior Honors Seminar 3

Provides qualified students with the opportunity to study special topics in an advanced seminar setting with the rigorous and intense discipline implied at the senior level.

Prerequisites: Admission to Lloyd International Honors College or permission of the Dean.

HSS 490 Senior Honors Project 3

Independent original scholarship, completed under the supervision of a faculty member. Work culminates in an original essay, annotated creative work or performance, scientific report, or other special project.

Prerequisites: Senior status and admission to Lloyd International Honors College.

HSS 499 Washington Internship 6-9

Field learning experience in governmental or private organizations in Washington, DC. Students will generate products such as briefings, research memoranda, and policy analyses.

Corequisites: HSS 330 independent study or equivalent 3 s.h. independent study in any department .