A. The Making of the Modern Mind (HON-1010, 1020) - The 10 semester hour freshman course sequence, integrating the history, philosophy, and arts of Western culture.
If both HON-1010 and HON-1020 are taken, then the student receives general education credit for the following courses:
- HUM-1400 - Introduction to the Humanities (3 semester hours)
- Humanities Elective (3 semester hours) [can replace BEPH-2200, Introduction to Philosophy, or a 2000-level philosophy elective if required for a major or minor]
- History Elective (3 semester hours)
If either HON-1010 or HON-1020 is taken individually, then the 5 semester hours earned by the student can be designated as either humanities or history general education credits.
B. Honors Seminars (2 required) - Two semester hours each, exploring interdisciplinary themes across a wide variety of subjects
C. Senior Honors Colloquium or Senior Research Project - Two semester hours, tying together themes and experiences from the first three years of the program
II. Honors Student Social Organization - Tau Delta Kappa
III. Honors Mentoring Program
IV. Parliamentary Debate Team
V. Extension Campus Opportunities - Cedarville financial aid maintained