These are courses offered through departments across campus. They count as an Honors course and fulfill the normal slot of the regular course.
AGR 3303, Genetics, will present a comprehensive coverage of the principles, theory and applications of genetics. Topics include the chemical nature and structure of genetic material, gene expression and regulation, cell division, chromosome number and structure variation, principles of inheritance, molecular genetic techniques, and basic concepts in population and quantitative genetics.
Honors students who enter the program in 2023 or later may complete any section of the UF-required Quest 1 and 2 courses.
These one-credit courses are discussion-oriented, seminar courses centered on a performance or an exhibit.
These are discussion-oriented, one-credit seminar courses centered on a book.
History + Biography
Science (Non-Health) + Science Fiction
This course explores the growing research base that supports engaging in and prescribing nature for all- including and especially college students. Through discussion, the reading and a few on-campus field trips, it will research how individuals can find a way into, and a place in nature that is essential to their well being.
Society + Culture + Politics
This course explores fractured fairytales. We will delve into familiar fairytales with an unexpected twist. We will read several short examples of fractured fairytales and the novel A Tale Dark and Grimm by Adam Gidwitz. Students will have the opportunity to consider the power of perspective and the effects of setting and plot twists.
Business + Economics
These courses are interdisciplinary in nature and often team-taught.
These courses are aimed at developing skills that will help students over their career.
Signature Seminars offer opportunities to work with UF's top faculty in their research areas of interest.
Uncommon classrooms are courses designed around unusual topics with cities, places, and natural landscapes serving as experimental classrooms.
These courses are application-based. Students that are selected to participate will be registered for a 1-credit course and are responsible for tuition (financial aid may apply). Details about additional fees associate with each course are provided in the description. Students are required to provide their own transportation to and from the location of the course.
Wentworth Travel Scholarships are available to support costs, up to $500. Students that provide proof of financial need as part of the application may be eligible for additional funding.