Colloquia at BHSU
Each semester, the BHSU Honors Program offers its students the unique opportunity to take a custom-made colloquium on a particular topic that is relevant to today. This course is chosen by a number of the university's top professors and focuses on a subject that students in the program have expressed their desire to learn more about. Every semester, two professors are chosen to teach this course based on their respective expertise in the field and construct a one-of-a-kind curriculum to stimulate and challenge the students taking the class. The result is an engaging course that provokes thought through open discussion, extensive research and the experiences of the professors teaching the course. Taking a colloquium at BHSU is a great chance for students to learn a great deal about a unique topic while honing their skills in scholarship and getting to know their fellow classmates and professors.
Honors Students went to London on Spring Break as part of the Sex and Violence in Victorian England colloquium course.