A Macaulay Honors Seminar should engage students in a rigorous manner, using creative pedagogy and active participation designed to develop critical thinking skills. Faculty should encourage students to be open-minded, independent thinkers, and to write and speak effectively. In turn, faculty can expect a high level of academic performance and engagement from their honors students.
Upper-level seminars are held online or at the Macaulay building (35 West 67 St), typically once a week, in the evening.
Draft syllabi for proposed courses should adhere as much as possible to the Macaulay Syllabus Policy, and clearly communicate the scope course of readings, assignments, and the basis on which grades will be calculated.
Please use this form to propose a new upper-level Macaulay seminar. Direct any questions to Amanda Hick firstname.lastname@example.org, the Assistant to the Chief Academic Officer.