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Honors (HNRS)
Honors

HNRS 1003   Biblical Worldview
This course equips students to evaluate challenging social, philosophical, and religious questions through the biblical worldview. Students will analyze various non-biblical worldviews. Students will demonstrate their learning through exegesis, opinion papers, and group discussions. This course emphasizes analytical thinking, problem solving, theological formation, apologetics, writing, and hermeneutics. This course fulfills the requirement for BIBL 1003. Class 3. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program. (Fall)

HNRS 1013   Honors Freshman Composition I
This course fulfills the requirement for ENGL 1013. Class 3. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program. (Fall)

HNRS 1023   Honors Freshman Composition II
This course fulfills the requirement for ENGL 1023. Class 3. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program. (Spring)

HNRS 1101   Freshman Honors Seminar
This course assists the LeTourneau University Honors student in exploring the skills and attitudes necessary for achieving excellence. Student and University expectations associated with the Honors Program will be discussed. This course fulfills the requirement for LETU 1101. Class 1. Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program. (Fall)

HNRS 2013   Special Topics
Courses uniquely designed and offered only to students formally enrolled in the Honors Program. Topics vary and the course may be taken more than once when the topics are different. Class 3. Prerequisites: HNRS 1003, HNRS 1013, HNRS 1023 and HNRS 1101.

HNRS 2111   Seminar Topics
Contemporary or other issues of special interest offered in a highly interactive format. Topics vary and the course may be taken more than once when the topics are different. Class 1. Prerequisites: HNRS 1003, HNRS 1013, HNRS 1023 and HNRS 1101.

HNRS 4551,4561   Senior Seminars
Interdisciplinary capstone experiences designed to help integrate the various parts of the student's total academic program. Class 1. Prerequisites: Senior standing and completion of all other requirements for the Honors Program.