The Honors Program provides a supportive intellectual environment that encourages creative and critical thinking and varied opportunities to expand academic, cultural and social horizons. Honors participants take small discussion-oriented seminars that satisfy general education requirements through exposure to innovative and challenging curricula.
Specialized enriched curriculum taught by outstanding faculty
Interaction with a talented community of scholars
Small classes (15 students or fewer)
Extraordinary opportunities for research and publication
Honors distinction on the NCC transcript and diploma
Enhanced prospects of acceptance to four year colleges and universities
New and exciting Honors Seminars are always in the works! The list below is subject to change.
(All seminars apply to General Education Requirements)
HONN110: Honors Expository Writing
HONN117: Honors The Environment in Chemical Perspective
HONN130: Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy
HONN 260C: Honors Humor in Literature
HONN210: Honors Calculus I
HONN260B: Honors Introduction to Chinese Culture and Society
HONN260A: Honors Movies and Social History of the USA
HONN250: Honors Advanced Creative Writing
Students who wish to take Honors courses without participating in the full Honors program may do so if they meet Honors Program eligibility requirements. Contact an academic advisor or the Honors Program coordinator for more details.
Honors Program Coordinator
(603) 882-6923, HHS Room