QU 101H - (UC) Honors Individual in the Community
 
(3 cr.) This interdisciplinary seminar for first-semester freshmen focuses on the broad theme of community by welcoming students to the University learning community and challenging them to locate themselves as individuals who can reflect critically and act diligently in fulfillment of their civic and intellectual responsibilities as engaged members of the University community. While integrating academic perspectives on the course theme from a variety of disciplines, this course explores questions of identity, ethics and citizenship through consideration of an individual's place, rights and responsibilities within a diverse and pluralistic community. Students consider perennial questions of human nature, the formation of individual identity and common inheritances, of how communities are formed and sustained. QU 101 also lays the groundwork for considering how students can extend their roles and responsibilities as members of the Quinnipiac University community to the national and global perspectives they will consider in QU 201 and QU 301. Every Year, Fall
 
Sessions

Fall 2014