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Course Descriptions


Course Types:

Honors

HON 100   Inquiries in Composition and History (3)

Prerequisites: Admission to the Honors Program.

Interdisciplinary Honors course dealing with topics in English and History. Students will explore connections between the disciplines of English and History, while meeting the requirements and objectives of an English 102 or History 102. Topics will vary. Admissions to the Honors program required. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 101   Inquiries in English and History (3)

Prerequisites: Admission to the Honors Program

Interdisciplinary Honors course dealing with topics in English and History. Students will explore connections between the disciplines of English and History, while meeting the requirements and objectives of an English 102 or History 299 course. Topics will vary. Admissions to the Honors program required. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 102   Inquires in Psychology & Political Science (3)

Prerequisites: Admissions to the Honors Program

An introductory overview of the intersection of psychology and political science. it is an examination of behavioral, cognitive, psychoanalytic, humanistic and biological viewpoints in psychology. The course includes learning principles and applications, motivation, emotions, stress, psychobiology, personality, abnormal behavior and approaches to therapy as well as the workings of the federal, state, and local governments in the United States. This course will also give students a broad overview of the issues that underlie our political system, as well as how citizens and government interact with one another. Admissions to the Honors program required. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 103   Inquiries in Political Science and Communications (3)

Prerequisites: Admission to the Honors Program

Interdisciplinary Honors course dealing with topics in political science and communications. Explore connections between the disciplines of political science and communications. Topics will vary. Student can count this as credit for COM 102 or POL 299. Admissions to the Honors program required. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 104   Inquiries in Literature and Anthropology (3)

Prerequisites: Admissions to the Honors program

Interdisciplinary Honors course dealing with topics in literature and anthropology. Students will explore connections between the disciplines of literature and anthropology. Topics will vary. Students can use the course to meet the requirement of LIT 200 or ANT 161. Admissions to the Honors program required. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 105   Inquiries in Philosophy and Math (3)

Prerequisites: Admission to the Honors Program and completion of MAT 158, 160, or 162

Interdisciplinary honors course dealing with topics in philosophy and math. Exploration of the connections between the disciplines of philosophy and math. Topics will vary. Admissions to the Honors program required. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 106   Biology and Psychopharmacology (3)

Overview of the intersection of biology and psychopharmacology. Emphasis will be on issues related to the use of specific psychoactive drugs in human culture. Students will become more informed about the bio-psychological factors that underlie drug use and abuse. Course will include a survey of human body structure and function for the non-science major while meeting the requirements of BIO 110 (Human Biology) for students pursuing an Associates of Arts degree.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 107   Inquiries in Composition and Sociology (3)

Explore connections between the disciplines of composition and sociology while meeting the requirements and objectives of an English 102 or Sociology 101 course. Topics will vary. Admissions to the Honors Program required.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

HON 108   Inquiries in Literature and Philosophy (3)

Interdisciplinary Honors course dealing with topics in literature and philosophy. Students will explore connections between the disciplines of literature and philosophy. Topics will vary.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

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