Honors Program Courses

Summer 2018 Courses

Courses that count toward the Communications General Education Requirement

Instructor: Alicia Tomasian. This is the Honors Colloquium class. This course is required for all Honors student who wish to acquire Honors Program Graduation status. Students will survey primary sources from various academic disciplines. Core readings might include selections from Plato, Darwin, Confucius, the Qur’an, Nietzsche, Rousseau, Bacon, Machiavelli, Marx, Martin Luther King, Jr., Simone de Beauvoir, and Mary Wollstonecraft. Students will select and lead classroom sessions on the readings; students may also have the opportunity to discuss these “great ideas” with Harper professors from across the campus and from many academic disciplines.

MW 2:00 p.m. to 4:40 p.m.
(The first CRN is for HUM 105; the second is for HST 105. Sign up under one or the other, not both. It’s the same class, fulfilling the same requirements, either way.)

Fall 2018 Courses

ACC101-HB1, CRN 37446, INTRO TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

CHM121-HN1, CRN 32238, GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

CHM121-HN2, CRN 34086, GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

ENG101-HN1, CRN 31725, COMPOSITION

ENG102-HN1, CRN 37426, COMPOSITION

ENG220-HN1, CRN 37427, CREATIVE WRITING

HST105-HN1, CRN 31487, GREAT IDEAS/WORLD CIVILZATIONS

HST105-HN2, CRN 37178, GREAT IDEAS/WORLD CIVILZATIONS

HUM105-HN1, CRN 30941, GREAT IDEAS/WORLD CIVILZATIONS

HUM105-HN2, CRN 37177, GREAT IDEAS/WORLD CIVILZATIONS

MCM200-HN1, CRN 34986, FILM HISTORY 

MTH165-HB1, CRN 35902, ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

MTH200-HN1, CRN 34638, CALCULUS I

PHI115-HN1, CRN 37378, ETHICS

PSC101-HN1, CRN 37078, AMERICAN POLITICS/ GOVERNMENT

PSY101-HN1, CRN 32778, INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

SPE101-HN1, CRN 30327, FUND OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION