Unless noted below, the following research courses are open to ALL students, regardless of whether they are participating in College Honors.

HONORS COLLEGIUM 19: (FIAT LUX) RESEARCH REVEALED: HUMANITIES, ARTS, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

(Fiat Lux course; freshmen given priority registration.) Introduction to wide array of research practices in humanities, arts, and social sciences. Features talks from various faculty and student researchers. Students gain better understanding and appreciation of the role of a research university and how research is conducted and knowledge created in humanities, arts, and social sciences. Coursework and discussions also prepare students for conducting their own research projects, applying for research programs, and assisting faculty research. 1 unit. P/NP grading.

HONORS COLLEGIUM 101A: STUDENT RESEARCH FORUM

Designed to promote deep engagement in university research, Honors 101A includes instruction on securing research opportunities on and off campus, developing skills necessary for research and professional success, communicating research, and engaging with the larger research community. 2 units. P/NP grading. Offered in winter quarter.

HONORS COLLEGIUM 101B: UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE JOURNAL

For students on the editorial board of the UCLA Undergraduate Science Journal, Honors 101B includes the study of academic writing in the sciences and the honing of editing and production skills. See the UCLA Undergraduate Science Journal website for more information about joining the editorial board. 2 units. May be repeated for a maximum of 10 units. P/NP grading. Offered in winter quarter.

HONORS COLLEGIUM 101C: UCLA UNDERGRADUATE JOURNAL FOR HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

For students on the editorial board of the UCLA Aleph undergraduate journal for the humanities and social sciences, Honors 101C includes the study of academic writing in the humanities and social sciences and the honing of editing and production skills. See the Aleph website for more information, and attend the first class meeting to join the editorial board. 2 units. May be repeated for maximum of 10 units. P/NP grading. Offered in winter and spring quarters.

HONORS COLLEGIUM 101I: RESEARCH TODAY: SOURCES, TOOLS, AND STRATEGIES

Introduction to the research process in the digital age, offering the opportunity to develop research skills through the exploration of library and Internet resources, exposure to rare and unique materials, experimentation with digital tools, engagement with librarians and other experts, and the interactive creation of a research project proposal. Designed to prepare students for capstone or thesis experiences in the humanities or social sciences. 2 units. P/NP grading. Offered in winter quarter.

HONORS COLLEGIUM 101J: MELLON MAYS RESEARCH SEMINAR

Limited to current Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows, Honors 101J is designed to support them in their current research projects and graduate school preparation. Topics include research methods, abstracts, presentations, and posters, as well as graduate school application materials. 2 units. May be repeated for maximum of 10 units. P/NP grading. Offered in fall, winter, and spring quarters.