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Honors Research and Innovation Minor

Beginning August 2018, the Honors Research and Innovation Minor is available to bachelor’s level Honors Program participants.

The minor’s goal is to develop students’ creativity and skills in research, problem-solving, and leadership. For additional information, please see the most current edition of the UNG undergraduate catalog.

Courses

The minor guides students through the following courses along with several elective course options to round out the requirements. 3-6 elective credit hours to be selected in consultation with and approval by Honors Program Director.

HNRS 1000 - Introduction to Honors Academic Inquiry

This course serves to introduce students into the community of scholars and the Honors perspective. To these ends, the course takes an interdisciplinary approach to a selected topic, emphasizing scholarship as a foundation for leadership and service.

Hours:
3



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HNRS 2000 - Honors Leadership Tutorial and Practicum

This course serves to develop students' leadership and mentorship skills through effective materials and discussion, as well as through practical experience as mentors in the Honors 1000 class.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: HNRS 1000 with a grade of "C" or higher and good standing in the UNG Honors Program

Hours:
1



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HNRS 3000 - Honors Research Methods

This course is designed to introduce students to research methods from a cross-disciplinary perspective.

Hours:
3



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HNRS 3500 - Research and Innovation Practicum

This course connects students to a project supporting a community business or organization. As part of a team, students are matched with a project that links as closely as possible with their major/minor area of study as well as civic and career goals. In completing the course, students develop skills and experience in problem-solving, teamwork, research, communication, and service learning.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: Good standing in the UNG Honors Program

Hours:
3



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THS 3999 - Thesis Writing & Defense
HNRS 4999 - Honors Reflection Essay

This course serves as the culmination of the Honors Program experience, providing a reflection component to the student's work. The course requires students to write and submit a 3-5 page essay synthesizing and evaluating their Honors coursework, research, practical applications, and service; and anticipating how this experience will impact their future professional, civic, and personal life.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: HNRS 1000 and at least 6 hours of upper-level Honors credit earned

Hours:
0



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