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Honors Scholars' Collaborative

Belmont Global Honors curriculum culminates in the Honors Scholars' Collaborative, three courses structured to support Belmont Global Honors students in the completion of their Honors project, from planning through presentation.

In HON 3510 Honors Project Planning and Preparation, building on skills of research and writing developed in HON 1110 and 2950, students will collaborate on their project proposal and prepare a plan for completion, while being introduced to topics such as project management, ethics, methodology, budgeting, and how to engage in focused primary and secondary research.

In HON 3520 Honors Project Research and Execution, students will execute their project while receiving support from their peers and mentoring from the faculty member teaching the class. These first two courses in the Honors Scholars' Collaborative will meet in cohorts arranged loosely be themes and broad areas of interest.

In the final course of the Honors Scholars' Collaborative, HON 4500 Honors Senior Symposium, students will meet in mixed sections where they will present their work to their Belmont Global Honors cohort of students and faculty as well as subsequently to the Belmont community while also reflecting on their projects in the context of their Belmont Global Honors education as a whole.