Quality rather than quantity separates Honors courses from the non-Honors curriculum. While the work requirements in an Honors course may involve larger and harder assignments than would be given in other courses in the University, the goal of the Honors curriculum is to encourage the student to extract more intellectual value out of the work that is assigned rather than simply to do more assigned work.
March 4, 2013
Fall 2013 Schedule of Classes Available
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Honors Priority Preregistration
The Freshman Honors Colloquium is a two-semester sequence which totals six credit hours required for all incoming first-year students.
Honors courses in the discipline allow students to fulfill major, minor, and other program requirements while simulatenously fulfilling their Honors requirements.
Students studying abroad in Florence, Italy may elect to take Honors courses with the Kent State in Florence program.
Honors in the Kent Core allows students to fulfill their general education requirements while simultaneously fulfilling Honors requirements. Students may choose from a variety of offerings each semester and are encouraged to take the Honors sections.
Uniquely Honors reflects courses offered periodically of unique and special interest to Honors College faculty and students. Courses range from 1 to 3 credit hours.