Honors Courses

HONR 19901: Evolution of Ideas

This 8-week course offers honors students an introduction to critical thinking, cultural critique, and the history of ideas. Each section of the course focuses on a single “idea” that is significant for modern life.

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HONR 29900: Food Security

This course is a rare opportunity for Purdue Honors College students to work with World Food Prize Winner Dr. Gebisa Ejeta.

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HONR Courses

Honors College students will have the opportunity to enroll in interdisciplinary seminars, HONR courses, which are taught by top-notch faculty members who have been recognized for teaching excellence.

Click here to see a listing of Fall 2016's HONR course offerings.

H Designated Courses

Several schools/colleges offer honors sections of courses. Honors College students also may take honors sections of courses in order to fulfill honors diploma requirements.

Honors Contract Courses

An honors contract is an agreement between an undergraduate student and a faculty instructor that allows the student to turn a standard course into an honors course.

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Honors Study Abroad Courses

Learn more about the study abroad courses that count as HONR credits.

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Thesis or Scholarly Project

All Honors College students complete research or other scholarly activity that leads to a culminating thesis or comparable scholarly project.

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Previous Courses

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