- IS 2001H
- “Traditions in Human Thought,” (2 cr.) a course that takes an interdisciplinary look at significant historical trends in literature, philosophy, and science and focuses on research and information literacy skills.
- Eight Honors Elective Credits
- Previous elective courses have examined sustainable development and notions of the common good, the trial of Galileo, the American post-war era, and issues affecting west central Minnesota, and disability studies. To explore Honors courses, please see the catalog.
- IS3991H (Optional Elective)
- Honors Co-curricular Independent Study. This is an elective course. Up to two honors elective credits may be earned by pursuing a project that explores a co-curricular experience such as study abroad, off-campus internship, national student exchange, service-learning, or directed research. Students pursuing this option must seek pre-approval by completing the form below (an editable version can be obtained by contacting Janet Schrunk Erickson). Projects are directed and assessed by the Honors Director.
- Honors Capstone Project. The Honors Capstone Project (2 cr.) is an interdisciplinary research project undertaken with a faculty advisor and a panel of two readers from different academic disciplines. The project is often a research paper, but might also be a sculpture accompanied by an artist’s statement, a mini-curriculum, or a recital.
- McIntosh Champions Discovery-Based Student Learning Using the Haystack Radio Telescope
- Barry McQuarrie and Harrison Piehowski ’19 Tackle Familiar Mathematical Models
- Cristina Ortiz Earns Institute on Diversity, Equity and Advocacy Multicultural Research Award
- Fiske Guide to Colleges 2017 Includes Morris
- Schrock ’17 Learns Job Skills through Computer Science Research
- Paron ’16 Coordinates K–12 Environmental Education
- Three Morris Faculty Members Receive Grant-in-Aid Awards