Course: HNRS 3000 Book Club

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HNRS 3000 Book Club
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Department
Honors Program
Course Contact
Course Code
HNRS 3000
Section Code
01H
Term
Spring 2022
Course Description

“The first rule about Book Club is that you do talk about Book Club.” Book Club is an honors course designed to allow small groups of faculty and students to read and discuss specially selected books. Discussion groups will be limited to five students allowing for great depth of conversation and close faculty-student interaction.

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