ESHE 488: Final Honors Project
Prerequisites: Enrollment in the Honors Academy, completion of all other Honors Academy requirements, a minimum 3.5 GPA in all courses in the Department of Exercise, Sport, and Health Education.
Credit Hours: (2-3)
Project and the topic to be explored will be determined by the student and the faculty member with whom the student works. Honors project may be written or a written and performance based project. In order to receive honors credit, a student must earn a grade of “A” or “B” for the final project.
Note(s): Course may not be repeated.
Detailed Description of Content of Course
The content of the course will vary with each student. The student will write either a professional paper or conduct a research project. All final honors projects must be approved by the Department of Exercise, Sport, and Health Education and the Honors Council.
Detailed Description of Conduct of Course
The student's final project supervisor will ask two other faculty members to serve as readers. The student's work will be evaluated by this committee.
Goals and Objectives of the Course
The goal of this course is to provide students in the Honors Program majoring in all options within ESHE the opportunity to synthesize their knowledge. The final project should demonstrate the ability to analyze and synthesize their knowledge. The final project should demonstrate the ability to analyze and synthesize, to write a sustained piece of original work or research, and to communicate ideas effectively. Students in Health Education/Health Promotion will enroll in HLTH 488.
May include: Tests; Exams; Quiz; Paper; Project, Individual or Group; Care Plan; Oral Presentations; Class Participation
Other Course Information
Review and Approval
October, 2007 Dr. Beverly Zeakes