The Curriculum

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To complete the Honors Program, students are required to take a minimum of 30 credit hours in Honors courses or their equivalent. Students are expected to maintain an overall index of at least 3.3.

Honors credit may be obtained in the following ways:

  1. A core curriculum “Honors” designated course
  2. An “Honors” designated elective
  3. Either graduate course credits in the student’s field of study, advanced placement credits in core classes or International Baccalaureate credits
  4. Completion of a non-Honors course with an “Honors Contract.” An Honors Program student enrolls in a regular course, but makes a prior arrangement with the instructor and Honors Director to complete an additional project reflecting honors work*
  5. A three-credit research experience, which can be a seminar or independent study course for independent study in the student’s field of concentration*
  6. Honors credits may be earned for study abroad*

*These options require prior approval by the Honors Program administrators and are limited in number applicable to the Honors Certificate.

For more information about the Honors Program, please contact the Director at the appropriate campus.

Spring 2015 Honors Courses

*ALL TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE*


COURSE NAME

HONORS
COURSE NUMBER

REGULAR
COURSE
NUMBER
EQUIVALENT

CRN NUMBER

DAYS

TIMES

FACULTY

DISCOVER NEW YORK

HON
1000C

DNY 1000C

14070

W

1040-1330

 

DISCOVER NEW YORK

HON
1000C

DNY 1000C

14427

W

1040-1330

 

DISCOVER NEW YORK

HON
1000C

DNY 1000C

15411

W

1350-1640

 

INTENSIVE FRENCH I,II (6 Credits)

HON
1200

FRE 1000

12040

MR

0730-1030

 

INTENSIVE ITALIAN I, II (6 Credits)

HON 1100C

ITA 1000C

16590

TF

0730-1030

 

ELEMENTARY LATIN II

HON
1420

LAT 1020

11666

MR

0905-1030

 

READINGS IN MODERN SPANISH

HON
2060

SPA 2050

12791

MR

1040-1205

 

THE CREATIVE PROCESS

HON 2530

ART 1000C

15578

TF

1215-1340

 

PERSPECTIVES ON CHRISTIANITY

HON 1050C

THE 1000C

11227

MR

1040-1205

 

PERSPECTIVES ON CHRISTIANITY

HON 1050C

THE 1000C

12644

TF

1040-1205

 

PERSPECTIVES ON CHRISTIANITY

HON 1050C

THE 1000C

12653

TF

1350-1515

 

CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY & MYSTICISM

HON
2400

THE 2400

16525

MR

1040-1205

 

MORAL THEOLOGY
OF HEALTHCARE

HON
3300

THE 3300

15817

ON
LINE

ON-LINE

 

MORAL THEOLOGY OF HEALTHCARE

HON
3300

THE 3300

14128

W

1040-1330

 

WOMEN AND THEOLOGY

HON
3240

THE 3240

16832

TF

0905-1030

 

RELIGIONS OF
THE WORLD

HON
2810

THE 2810

15397

W

1350-1640

 

ENGLISH COMPOSITION

HON 1030C

ENG 1000C

10800

T
Hybrid

1525-1650

 

ENGLISH
COMPOSITION

HON
1030C

ENG 1000C

16741

MR

1040-1205

 

GLOBAL LITERATURE

HON 2150C

ENG 1100C

10795

TF

1040-1205

 

GLOBAL LITERATURE

HON 2150C

ENG 1100C

11336

MR

1040-1205

 

THE SHORT STORY

HON 2029

ENG 1029

15020

ON LINE

ON-LINE

 

PHILOSOPHY – HUMAN PERSON

HON 1010C

PHI 1000C

10796

MR

1215-1340

 

PHILOSOPHY – HUMAN PERSON

HON 1010C

PHI 1000C

10798

TF

1350-1515

 

PHILOSOPHY – HUMAN PERSON

HON 1010C

PHI 1000C

12077

MR

0730-0855

 

PHILOSOPHY – ETHICS

HON 2020C

PHI 2200C

10799

MR

1215-1340

 

PHILOSOPHY – ETHICS

HON 2020C

PHI 2200C

10936

TF

1350-1515

 

ETHICS AND HEALTH CARE

HON 2240C

PHI 2240

15537

TF

0730-0855

 

ETHICS AND
HEALTH CARE

HON
2240C

PHI 2240

13982

ON
LINE

ON-LINE

 

PHILOSOPHY – METAPHYSICS

HON 2010C

PHI 3000C

10797

MR

0905-1030

 

PHILOSOPHY – METAPHYSICS

HON 2010C

PHI 3000C

10935

TF

0905-1030

 

PUBLIC SPEAKING

HON 1020C

SPE 1000C

10919

TF

0905-1030

 

PUBLIC SPEAKING

HON 1020C

SPE 1000C

11628

MR

1215-1340

 

PUBLIC SPEAKING

HON 1020C

SPE 1000C

15947

MR

0730-0855

 

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION FOR THE PHARMACIST

HON
1025C

RCT 1005C

11862

MR

1040-1205

 

INTERPERSONAL
COMMUNICATION
FOR THE PHARMACIST

HON
1025C

RCT 1005C

15413

ON
LINE

ON-LINE

 

EMERGENCE OF GLOBAL SOCIETY

HON 2200C

HIS 1000C

16697

TF

1040-1205

 

EMERGENCE OF GLOBAL SOCIETY

HON 2200C

HIS 1000C

10785

MR

1215-1340

 

INTRODUCTORY
PSYCHOLOGY

HON 1085

PSY 1000

15363

TF

1040-1205

 

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY

HON
2070

PSY 2070

11566

MR

1215-1340

 

ADVANCED GENERAL CHEM II

HON
1320

CHE 1220

11323

TF

0905-1030

 

ADVANCED GENERAL CHEM II LAB & REC

HON
1321L

CHE 1221

14376

M
R

1520-1835
1525-1650

 

ADVANCED GENERAL CHEM II LAB & REC

HON
1321L

CHE 1221

15833

M
R

0905-1030
0800-1120

 

ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEM II

HON
2640

CHE 2240

14707

TF

1040-1205

 

ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEM II LAB & REC

HON
2643L

CHE 2241

14708

T
F

1215-1340
1215-1625

 

ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEM II LAB & REC

HON
2643L

CHE 2241

14709

M
R

1215-1625
1215-1340

 

SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY

HON 2700C

SCI 1000C

15854

TF

1040-1205

 

SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY

HON 2700C

SCI 1000C

14515

MR

1525-1650

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY III

HON
1080

BIO 3000

11471

MR

1525-1650

 

LAW IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

HON
1410

LAW 1310

12667

TF

1040-1205

 

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II

HON
1302

ECO 1302

11670

TF

0905-1030

 

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II

HON 1302

ECO 1302

16929

MR

1525-1640

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTINGII

HON
2339

ACC 2339

13206

MR

0905-1030

 

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

HON
3301

MKT 3301

12564

TF

0905-1030

 

FOUNDATIONS IN
FINANCE

HON
3410

FIN 3310

15802

TF

0905-1030

 

INTERMEDIATE
ACCOUNTING I

HON
2731

ACC 2371

15824

MR

0905-1030

 

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III

HON
3373

ACC 3373

16882

MR

1040-1205

 

READING AND RESEARCH

HON
4953

           -

13316

 

 

 

READING AND RESEARCH

HON
4953

           -

14461