Honors Courses

Honors courses are often innovative or experimental courses that represent the faculty member's original investigation of a topic. These innovative courses count toward your degree requirements.  Honors courses may be taught as independent courses or as discussion/laboratory sections within a larger course. In each case, we expect students to learn from one another as well as from the instructor. Most courses carry three or four credits.

Honors Seminars

HNR 200 - level Seminars introduce students to various aspects of the wider community in the city of Syracuse and central New York.  The First-Year Honors Orientation Seminar helps students become successful members of the Syracuse University community. These Honors seminars are one credit hour.

View newest
Honors courses

Students in front of Bowne Hall

Honors Courses for the
current or upcoming term

View Courses
for a specific term


Choose from a list
of terms to see courses

Search Courses for
a particular attribute

faces of concentration on new knitters

Honors courses, for all terms,
that count toward a particular attribute

View Honors Courses by Division

faces of concentration on new knitters

Honors courses that satisfy divisional requirements (Social Science, Humanities, Natural Science)