Honors Program Courses

To help you plan your Honors courses, download here an overview of a Honors course offerings for each semester.

Open Fall 2020 Honors Courses


(Note about “live sessions”: All Honors Courses are fully online, which means that there are no required times during which students must all be present to meet as a class virtually. However, many Honors instructors will be making “live sessions” available to students, and many of the Honors courses have already determined when these sessions will take place, so that students can try to plan to be available at these times if they are able.)

Honors First Year Seminar

Professor J. Garcia

 

Honors Learning Communities

Professors Hemmer (ENG 102) and Smyth (HST 112) (must sign up for both) 
(This class satisfies both the Social Sciences Gen-Ed requirement and the English 102 requirement) 

(This class satisfies both a Humanities Gen-ed requirement and the Physical Science Lab requirement.)

 

Courses that fill the Communications General Education Requirement

Professor Sunderbruch

  • Live sessions will be available based on interest and availability of students.
  • Professor Sunderbruch's description of the course

Professor M. McKinley

Professor K. Hemmer

This course is part of the “American Perspectives on the Holocaust Class.” See the description on the second page.

 

Courses that Count toward the Humanities Gen.-Ed. Requirement

Professor J. Garcia

This course is part of the “Living Sustainable Lives” Learning Community. See the description above, under Honors Learning Communities.

 

Courses that Count toward the Social Sciences Gen.-Ed. Requirement

Professor Leslye Smith

This course is part of the “American Perspectives on the Holocaust” Learning Community.

Professor K. Matthews

Professor B. Summers

 

Courses that Count toward the Physical Sciences Gen.-Ed. Requirement

Professor J. Ellefson

This class is part of the “Living Sustainable Lives” Learning Community. See the description above, under Honors Learning Communities. 

Professor A. Kidwell

  • Optional live sessions will be available based on student interest and availability
  • Labs will be held on Mondays:  from noon – 2:45 pm

Professor M. Maitha CRN 31753 (GEG 112)

(Note: You are not required to sign up for GEG 112 if you sign up for GEG 111. GEG 112 is the one-credit lab component, and satisfies the Lab Physical Sciences Gen-Ed requirement. However, it is highly recommended you take both classes.)

 

Classes that Count Toward the Math Gen. Ed. Requirement

Professor K. Polly

  • Live sessions will be available to help students, based on student interest and need

 

 

 

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