Course Learning Outcomes
The following three Course Learning Outcomes should be a part of any HONRS or H course taught at BYU. Please note that these outcomes do not necessarily need to be added word-for-word but should be incorporated effectively into the course outcomes as created by the faculty member. (The "additionally" footnote could be included in the course syllabus to remind Honors students to make a regular visit to the Honors Advisement Center.)
In addition, the Course Learning Outcomes for each HONRS and H course should be linked to the Honors Program Outcomes using the linking capabilities available through Syllabus Builder (syllabus.byu.edu) or at the Learning Outcomes site (learningoutcomes.byu.edu). If there are questions on how to make these links, contact the Honors Program office at 422-3036.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR ALL HONRS AND H COURSES:
1.) Student will complete at least one Great Works experience.
2.) Student will articulate the relationship between the course’s core concepts and his or her own religious beliefs.
3.) Student will demonstrate an additional depth of reflective rigor through an application of course principles to solve real-life problems
Additionally, we have found that students who do well in the Honors Program have communicated at least annually with the Honors Office through one of the following activities:
A.) a review session with an Honors Advisement Center personnel
B.) an appropriate scheduled Honors orientation session