Nov 29, 2022  
College Catalog 2022-2023 
  
College Catalog 2022-2023
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HON 201 - Honors Project


Credit(s): 1
An Honors Project consists of independent work undertaken by the student. This work may take place in the following formats: 1) an addition to the regular requirement of a college course and can be attached to a non-Honors, non-developmental, and non-independent study course; 2) as an Undergraduate Research Conference presentation; 3) as a 1-credit stand alone project under the supervision of a faculty mentor; 4) as a 2-credit stand alone project under the supervision of a faculty mentor; or 5) as a 3-credit stand alone project under the supervision of a faculty mentor.

Projects vary in form and may include: research papers, creative work, community service learning projects, fieldwork/lab work research projects, and/or original project/problem-based projects or advanced research projects with permission of faculty mentor. No matter what form it takes, your completed project must be well-researched. Project topics are limited only by your imagination or ability, the instructor’s course guidelines, and a regard for the degree of academic rigor expected by the HCC Honors Program. Constructing an Honors Project involves submitting a proposal for the approval by the Honors Subcommittee, working closely with a supervising faculty member, and preparing a brief reflective essay to accompany the completed project. Students will receive appropriate (1,2, or 3) credit(s) when they complete all steps of the project.

Prerequisite(s): GPA of 3.5 and/or permission of instructor; approval of Honors Committee.


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