National Collegiate Honors Council

 

Date of this Version

2006

Comments

Published in Honors in Practice, volume 2. Copyright 2006 National Collegiate Honors Council.

Abstract

The guiding document for Kent State University’s Honors College, “The Nature of an Honors Course,” describes some of the unique aspects that set Honors courses apart from non-Honors courses. We expect an Honors course to be an experience and a process; we encourage students to take initiatives in determining the directions of the courses. One of our driving goals is to find ways to help students extract more intellectual value out of their university experiences, and the cross-cultural pilot course in Mérida, México described here was designed with that goal in mind.