Course Offerings

At the present time, the courses listed below have either been approved by the Curriculum Committee and ready to offer as Honors sections; or, they are in the process of being articulated. These courses include:

 

  

  • Anthropology 101H: Physical Anthropology
  • Anthropology 103H: Cultural Anthropology
  • Biology 100H: General Biology
  • Biology 107H: Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • Chemistry 151H: Preparatory General Chemistry
  • Communication Studies 105H: Fundamentals in Public Speaking
  • Economics 170H/History 170H: Economic History of the U.S.
  • Economics 201H: Macroeconomics
  • Economics 202H: Macroeconomics
  • English 101H: Honors English Composition
  • English 102H: Intermediate Composition, Literature and Critical Thinking
  • Geography 101H: Physical Geography
  • History 101H: History of Western Civilization: The Pre-Industrial West
  • History 111H: U.S. History I
  • History 112H: U.S. History II
  • History 120H: History of Women’s Role in U.S. History
  • Math 140H: Introductory Statistics
  • Political Science 150H: Introduction to American Government and Politics
  • Psychology 101H: Introduction to Psychology
  • Psychology 172H: Developmental Psychology
  • Sociology 101H: Introduction to Sociology
  • Sociology 103H: Intimate Relationships and Families
  • Sociology 200H: Introduction to Women’s Studies
Course Offerings Fall 2014​
​ANTHRO 103H
BIOSCI 100H
BIOSCI 107H
CHEM 151H
CHEM 201H
COMS 105H
ECON 170H
ECON 201H
ENG 101H
ENG 102H
HIST 111H
HIST 112H
HIST 170
MATH 140H
PHILOS 101H
POLSC! 150H
PSYCH 101H
SOCI 101H
SOCI 103H
SOCI 200H
 
 
 

Additional classes that would meet IGETC requirements, as well as address student demand, are listed below. As part of the process to build the Honors Program, Department Chairs and Division Deans from the following areas are encouraged to discuss the visibility of creating honors offerings from the following:  

  • Art 110H: Art History: Ancient and Medieval
  • Art 111H: Art History: Renaissance to Modern
  • Art 115H: Art History: Impressionism to Present
  • Art 205H: Landmarks of Art
  • Biology 106H: Organismal and Environmental Biology
  • BUS 100H: Introduction to Business
  • Business 211H: Business Law
  • Communication Studies 250H: Process of Communication
  • Geography 102H: Cultural Geography
  • Geology 100H: Physical Geology Lab
  • Geology 101: Physical Geology
  • History 102H: History of Western Civilization: The Modern Era
  • Humanities 100: Comparative Studies in the Humanities
  • Music 105H: Music Appreciation
  • Philosophy 101H: Introduction to Philosophy
  • Philosophy 106H: Critical Reasoning
  • Philosophy 210H: Introduction to Ethics
  • Political Science 250H: Model United Nations
  • Spanish 101H: Elementary Spanish I
  • Sociology 150H: Introduction to Criminology