Application Deadline: October 15, 2017.
The Salish Sea is the body of water encompassing Puget Sound (U.S.) and the Strait of Georgia (Canada) in the Pacific Northwest. It is split in half by the international maritime border and surrounded by numerous sovereign Indian nations. Hemmed in by two mountain ranges, the rivers spilling into the Salish Sea provide spawning grounds for salmon. This program explores the meaning of citizenship and national identity in this complicated maritime borderlands. Students have a choice of enrolling in either Honors 251 or Honors 300.
Honors 251: Citizen and Self is a course that is required of all Honors scholars. As a foundational element of the Honors College curriculum, Citizen and Self offers students a chance to think about how their academic, personal, and professional goals relate to the challenges facing American democracy. This interdisciplinary course involves intensive group work on community-based projects and will help you develop the tools and civic skills for giving back to your community regardless of your chosen major and career.
There will be 12 spots available in this program. Admission will be based on a competitive application process.
Yes! This course will count the same as taking Honors 251 during Fall or Spring semester. If you have already taken Honors 251, you can enroll for Honors 300 credit.
The application process includes three parts. First, email the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. All accepted students will be required to complete a Study Abroad application.
Yes! You can enroll for Honors 300 credit.
Students who complete the application process and are accepted to the program are expected to sign up for their respective courses and pay their deposits within one week.