The Fall 2021 Course offerings can be found here.
The Spring 2022 Course offerings can be found here.
Each semester the Honors Program offers a number of Honors-specific general education courses. These courses are typically smaller class sizes than those of typical general education courses, and they are taught by award-winning faculty. The courses thus increase discussion possibilities along with opportunities for students to interact with other students in the program while earning both Honors and general education credits.
Students take two Honors colloquia classes, and those interdisciplinary course offerings change every semester. Students are exposed, through a colloquium course, to many different perspectives, disciplines and theoretical and actual possibilities; being compelled to utilize such multi- and interdisciplinary viewpoints thus encourages students to see their own and other angles of visions anew. A colloquium class is broader, deeper, richer, and more learner-centered in its focus and investigation; it is central to a community of exceptional students and faculty. Colloquia classes are generally more seminar-like in their discursive and participatory structure than many college classes can be since Honors courses have lower enrollment limits. A list of recent colloquia offerings is available here.
Through taking a colloquium course, students have taught computer skills to inmates at a prison as a way to understand technology and its applications, while others have researched the history of buildings in an Omahan neighborhood and thus served the local Restoration Society as they continue to work to preserve history in Omaha. There are so many options--and these courses carry general education credits too, in the Humanities and Fine Arts (HONR 3020) and the Social Sciences (HONR 3030).