CHP-2960: Introduction to Honors: Critical Thinking (3 hours)
An introduction to intentional critical thinking through a content-focused study. Topics may vary; current offerings are humanities-based, integrating history and literature through extensive reading and writing. Open to honors students only.
CHP-3000: President’s Seminar (1 hour)
A topic and readings course using critical thinking to focus on an issue of current significance, led by the University President. Participation by invitation only.
CHP-3960: Honors Seminar (3 hours)
A topic and readings course using critical thinking to focus on an issue of current significance within one of four discipline areas (science and math, humanities and the arts, social and behavioral sciences, theology and philosophy). May be repeated under a different topic. Open to honors students only. Prerequisite: C or higher in CHP-2960.
CHP-4560: Semester Away Presentation (1 hour)
Presentation of semester away experience. Open to honors students only.
CHP-4910: Special Topics: Concordia Honors Program (3 hours)
An in-depth study of a topic relevant to a current topic in the discipline or a topic of interest that is not addressed in other departmental courses. The course may be repeated for credit so long as the topic is different.
CHP-4950: Independent Study in Concordia Honors Program (1-6 hours)
CHP-4960: Honors Project (6 hours)
A student-designed independent study for honors students, under the direction of a faculty mentor and in consultation with the Honors Director. The project may be in a student's major, minor or in another area of interest. A creative presentation of findings to the University community is expected at the conclusion of the project. Open to honors students only. Prerequisite: C or higher in CHP-2960 and Junior or Senior standing.