Courses

  • HONR-1010 Symposium

    Content changes each semester, but course focuses on current issues or concerns related to other courses in the program. This course is normally offered every semester. 1010 is normally offered in the fall semester and 1020 is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • HONR-1114 Western Thought and Expression Through the Renaissance

    An interdisciplinary analysis of the confluent events and expressions - historical, political, religious, philosophical, artistic, scientific, and mathematical - that have shaped Western thought, values and culture through the Renaissance. In particular, the course focuses on those aspects of early Western civilization that have directly influenced our current thinking and culture. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • HONR-1124 Western Thought and Expression Since the Renaissance

    An interdisciplinary analysis of the confluent events and expressions - historical, political, religious, philosophical, artistic, scientific, and mathematical - that have shaped Western thought, values and culture since the Renaissance. The course focuses on the rise of individualism, new scientific discoveries, and the globalization of economies and war. Topics include the effect of each of these elements on our current American cultural and political realities. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • HONR-1214 The Bible and Classical Literature

    A careful study of key biblical texts and the worldview they teach juxtaposed with a study of classical texts from the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. Students study the similarities of theme and artistic form between the two types of text and analyze the different responses they offer to our human condition and needs. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • HONR-1224 The Bible, Science and Human Values

    A study of biblical teachings concerning the nature of human beings and order in God-s universe compared and contrasted with specific discoveries and philosophies of science after the Renaissance. The course focuses on the specific ways in which the Bible and science interacted to produce many of the human values common to contemporary Western civilization. This course Is normally offered spring semester. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • HONR-2010 Symposium

    Content changes each semester, but course focuses on current issues or concerns related to other courses in the program. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • HONR-2113 The Quest for Meaning: Christ and the Good Life

    A course based on the supposition that Jesus Christ provides the best solution to persistent puzzles of life: -Why am I here-- -What is worth doing-- -How can I live a good life-- -Where am I going-- to see Jesus- answers in context, students investigate His life and teachings and note conflicts and conjunctions between His revelation and other views of the good life which have been significant for our culture. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • HONR-2123 The Quest for Identity: Race, Class and Gender in American Thought

    A study of American authors and texts in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries that have contributed in a significant way to our current understanding of American identity. Particular attention will be given to the conflict in our society between individualism and the community and how the conflict has influenced our current understanding of race, class and gender. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • HONR-3111 Honors Symposium

    An honors symposium led by experts from various disciplines on topics specific to their respective areas of study and-or research. The purpose of the symposium is to encourage honors students to think critically and broadly, to communicate effectively and to make application of the knowledge specific to their fields of study. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • HONR-4113 Honors International Experience

    Honors students are encouraged to study abroad as a way to integrate and enrich the honors core curriculum. To gain this credit, student may participate in any of Oklahoma Christian-s academic study abroad programs that are six weeks or longer. Cccu and other study programs may count if approved by the honors director. Typically, to be approved, programs must be academic and involve at least six weeks of travel living outside the U.S. and Canada. (Typically honors students use this course to receive credit for one of the two required required study abroad courses: HIST-2903-Studies in European Civilization, HIST-3143-Human Geography of Pacific Rim).

  • HONR-4121 Senior Honors Seminar

    Honors research project, thesis, or extensive service project designed and completed by the honors student with the approval of the Director of the Honors Program and under the guidance of an OC faculty member. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • HONR-4916 I S: Holland Culture

    This is an independent study Student made special arrangements with Dr. McBride

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