The Harding Honors Media and Culture is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus designed to challenge, encourage, and inspire high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2016).
During Honors Media and Culture, you will study the power of media, examine cultural narratives, and help tell important stories as you learn more about your own story. Distinguished faculty from across campus will lead you through a thought-provoking study of media and culture from a Christian worldview. You will read, write, photograph, edit, record, document, interview, and publish. But mostly you will think. The goal is simple: to broaden your worldview, one story at a time.
Three hours of university credit are awarded to all who successfully complete the program. This credit is transferable to the college or university of the participant's choice. At Harding, Honors Media and Culture credit may be applied to one of the following courses:
Honors Media and Culture will be June 22-July 6 and the session will be capped at 30 students.
Students will receive a complete schedule when they arrive on campus for the session. Click here for an overview of what to expect at Honors Media and Culture, including a tentative list of professors, class topics and experiences.
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