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University Honors Program

Course Descriptions

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Overview

Students may select a variety of honors courses. Courses are available through departments or through the University Honors Programs. Course descriptions for the Spring 2020 University Honors (UH) classes as well as a list of Departmental Honors Courses are posted here. Refer to WINGS Express via the WINGS portal for a complete listing of all Honors courses, including days, times, and locations.


Spring 2021 University Honors Courses

UH 2010-01 (CRN 13852)
Travel Literature (Rubin)

Explores the humanities comparatively, stressing similarities and differences in themes, methods, materials, theoretical constructs, and problems. Focuses on such topics as humanity and freedom or the city and the individual. Integrated Writing course.

UH 2010-02 (CRN 25310)
Poetry Matters  (Oxindine)

Explores the humanities comparatively, stressing similarities and differences in themes, methods, materials, theoretical constructs, and problems. Focuses on such topics as humanity and freedom or the city and the individual. Integrated Writing course.

UH 2020-91 (CRN 24738)
Health and Disease (Rodgers)

This course will explore disease and its historical effect upon religion, exploration, politics, war, the economy, and other social and cultural aspects of our world. We will also look at modern disease and its effect upon these social and cultural matters, and in turn how these same social and cultural aspects affect the course of disease and human health.

UH 4000-01 (CRN 21358)
Surviving  Apocalypse (Jennings)

Emphasis on broadly interdisciplinary topics or issues. Integrated Writing course.

UH 4000-02 (CRN 25309)
Greek Religion and Magic (Marchand)

Emphasis on broadly interdisciplinary topics or issues. Integrated Writing course.


Fall 2020 Departmental Honors Courses

Biology

  • BIO 1190 Biology Recitation (Must take with BIO1150 and BIO1150L)

Education

  • ED 2100 Education in a Democracy

Engineering

  • EGR 3350 Technical Communications for Engineering and Computer Science

History 

  • HST 1100 West & World to 1500
  • HST 1200 West & World since 1500

Mathematics 

  • MTH 2310 Calculus II

Music

  • MUS 2420 Comparitive Nonwestern Cultures: Music

Psychology

  • PSY 1010 Intro to Psychology
  • PSY 1010L Intro to Psychology Lab