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Schedule of Honors Classes

 


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Honors Classes Winter 2012

 

Winter 2014 Classes

HNRS 103-H01: Foundations of Ancient Civilization 20982

TR 2:00-3:50 GTM 213 Dr. B. Magee

 

HNRS 104-H01: Foundations of Renaissance Civilization20983

TR 12:00-1:50 GTM 123A Dr. J. Hankins

 

HNRS105-H01: Honors Biology 21860

TR 10:00-11:50 GTM 213 D. Jewell

 

HNRS 112-H01: Foundations of Behavioral Thought

TR 10:00-11:50  Dr. J. McDaniel

 

HNRS 114-H01: Foundations of Geographic Thought 20985

MWF 11:30-12:15 GTM213 Dr. T. Mack

 

HNRS 121-H01: Engineering Problem Solving II 21836

TR 8:00 - 9:50 BOGH130 Dr. D Hall

 

HNRS 121-H02: Engineering Problem Solving II 21837

TR 2:00 - 3:50 BOGH130 Dr. D Moller

 

HNRS 121-H03: Engineering Problem Solving II 21838

MW 2:00 - 3:50 BOGH130 Dr. M Swanbom

 

HNRS 121-H04: Engineering Problem Solving II 21839

MW 10:00 - 11:50 BOGH130 Dr. T Reeves

 

HNRS125-H01: Honors Foundations of Design II 21802

MWF 2:00-4:55 WYLT1319 M. Williams

 

HNRS 202-H01: Honors Advanced General Psychology

MW 2:00-3:50 GTM 213 Dr. M. Livingston

HNRS 203-H01: Foundations: Modern Civilization 20986

TR 2:00 - 3:50 GTM 123A Dr. R Simmons

 

HNRS 203-H02: Foundations of Modern Civilization 21911

TR 10:00-11:50 GTM 123A Dr. R. Simmons

 

HNRS 204-H01: Foundations of American Civilization 20987

TR 12:00-1:50 GTM 213 Dr. R. Rudnicki

 

HNRS 225-H01: Mathematics and Effective Thinking 20989

MWF 8:00 - 9:15 GTM 123A Dr. B Barron

 

HNRS 241-H01: Honors Calculus I 21767

MWF 9:30-10:45 TBA Dr. J Carpenter

 

HNRS 241-H02: Honors Calculus I 21768

MWF 2:00-3:15 TBA Dr. B Ma

 

HNRS 241-H03: Honors Calculus I 21769

MWF 8:00-9:15 TBA Dr. D Meng

 

HNRS 290-H01: Honors Music Appreciation 20990

MWF 9:30-10:45 GTM213 Dr. S. Moegle

 

HNRS 280-H01: Honors Dance Appreciation

TR 2:00-3:50      B. Maggio

 

HNRS 303-H01: Honors Technical Writing 20992

MWF 8:00-9:15 GTM 213 C. Lyles

 

HNRS 363-H01: Honors Technical and Scientific Presentation

MWF 11:00-12:15 GTM 123A C. Strebeck

 

HNRS 377-H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric 20944

MWF 9:30-10:45 GTM213 K. Merritt

 

HNRS 389-H01: The Sociology of Deviance 21912

MW 2:00 - 3:50 GTM 123A Dr. M. Melder

 

 

Honors Classes Fall 2013

HNRS 103-H01 - Foundations of Ancient Civilization 11196

TR 2:00-3:50 GTM 213 Dr. B. Magee (Counts as English 101, 102, or History 101)

HNRS 104-H01 - Foundations of Renaissance Civilization 11197

TR 12:00-1:50 GTM 213 Dr. C. Lewis (Counts as English 101, 102, 210, or History 102)

HNRS 110 - H01: Foundations: Sociological Thought 11198

MW 2:00 - 3:50 GTM 123A Dr. M. Melder (Counts as Sociology 201 - social/behavioral sciences credit

HNRS 112 - H01: Foundations of Behavioral Thought 11199

TR 10:00-11:50 Dr. J. McDaniel (Counts as Psych 102 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit)

HNRS 203 - H01: Foundations: Modern Civilization 11200

MW 2:00 - 3:50 GTM 213 Dr. Rick Simmons (Counts as English 102 or 211, or History 102)

HNRS 203 - H02: Foundations: Modern Civilization

MWF 12:30 - 1:45 GTM 213 Dr. Dorothy Robbins (Counts as English 102 or 211, or History 102)

HNRS 203 - H03: Foundations: Modern Civilization

TR 8:00 - 9:50 GTM 123A Dr. Scott Levin (Counts as English 102 or 211, or History 102)

HNRS 204-H01: Foundations of American Civilization 11201

TR 2:00-3:50 GTM 123A Dr. D. Anderson (Counts as English 102 or 212, or History 201 or202)

HNRS 211- H01: Foundations of Microeconomic Thought 11202

TR 10:00-11:50 Dr. J. Francis (Counts as Economics 202 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit)

HNRS 212 - H01: Foundations: American Political Thought 11203

TR 10:00 - 11:50 GTM123A Dr. Jason Pigg (Counts as Political Sci/ence 201)

HNRS 212 - H02: Foundations: American Political Thought 11204

TR 12:00 - 1:50 GTM123A Dr. Bob Toburen (Counts as Political Science 201)

HNRS 290- H01: Honors Music Appreciation 11205

MWF 9:30-1045 GTM 213 Dr. Steele Moegle (Counts as Music Appreciation 290, a three- hour fine arts credit)

HNRS 291- H01: Honors Theatre Appreciation 11206

TR 10:00-11:50 HCPA302 C. Sciro (Counts as Theatre Appreciation 290, a three- hour fine arts credit)

HNRS 303- H01: Honors Technical Writing 11207

MWF 8:00-9:15 GTM 213 C. Lyles (Counts as English 303, Technical Writing)

HNRS 377- H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric 11208

MWF 11:00-12:15 GTM213 K. Merritt (Counts as Speech 110 or 377)

HNRS 489- H01: America and the World Since 9/11 11209

MWF 11:00-12:15 GTM123 Dr. D McKevitt

Honors Architecture

ARCH115-H01: Foundations of Design I 10068

MWF 2:00-4:55 TBA Hancock, L.

Special Topics Engineering Honors Classes (Register for these classes through engineering).

ENGR 120-H11: Engineering Problem Solving I

TR 2:00 - 3:50, Dr. David Hall

ENGR 120-H12: Engineering Problem Solving I

TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. Michael Swanbom

ENGR 120-H13: Engineering Problem Solving I

MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. Stan Cronk

ENGR 120-H14: Engineering Problem Solving I

MW 4:00-5:50, Dr. Davis Harbour

ENGR 120-H15: Engineering Problem Solving I

TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. D. Moller

MATH241 H01 Honors Calculus I

MWF 11:00-12:15, Dr. Countryman

 

University Seminar: Honors Sections

UNIV 100 H01: University Seminar: Honors, Liberal Arts

MW 9:30 - 10:45, Dr. Rick Simmons

UNIV 100 H02: University Seminar: Honors, Education

MW 1:00 - 2:15, Dr. Mary Margaret Livingston

UNIV 100 H03: University Seminar: Honors, App and Natural Science

TR 10:00 - 11:15, Dr. Jeff Yule

UNIV 100 H04: University Seminar: Honors, App and Natural Science

TR 11:00-12:15, Dr. E. Buttrey

UNIV 100 H05: University Seminar: Honors, Business

MW 11:00 - 12:15, Ms. Lori Bradshaw

UNIV 100 H06 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering

TR 8:00-9:15, Dr. S. Cronk

UNIV 100 H07 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering

TR 12:30-1:45, Dr. M. Swanbom

UNIV 100 H08 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering

MW 12:30-1:15, Dr. D. Hall

UNIV 100 H09 University Seminar: Honors, College of Engineering

TR 10:00-11:15, Dr. B. Barron

 

 

Summer 2013 Classes

HNRS 203-H60: Foundations of Modern Civilization

M-TH 12:30-2:30 Dr. R SimmonsGTM 123A

NOTE: This will be a six-week class that will run July 8th through August 8th.

 

HNRS 489-H60: The Brontes: Derivative Fiction, Derivative Film

M-TH 9:30-11:30 Dr. R Simmons GTM 123A

NOTE: This will be a six-week class that will run July 8th through August 8th

 

ARCH 450C-H82: Paris Architecture and Interiors

TBA K. Puljak

NOTE: This is a study abroad class

 

ARCH 471-H82: Professional Practice

TBA K. Puljak

NOTE: This is a study abroad class

 

 

 

Spring 2013 Classes

HNRS 103-H01: Foundations of Ancient Civilization

TR 10:00-11:50 Dr. B. Magee

HNRS 112-H01: Foundations of Psychological Thought

MWF 11:00-12:15 Dr. J. McDaniel

HNRS 114-H01: Foundations of Geographic Thought

MW 2:00-3:50 Dr. T. Mack (Equivalent Geography 205)

HNRS 203-H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. D. Kaczvinsky

HNRS 204-H01: Foundations of American Civilization

MWF 12:30-1:45 Dr. D. Anderson

HNRS 210-H01: Foundations of Macroeconomic Thought

TR 10:00-11:50 Dr. A. Darrat

HNRS 212-H01: Foundations: American Political Thought

MW 2:00 - 3:50 Dr. B. Toburen

HNRS 291-H01: Honors Theatre Appreciation

TR 8:00-9:50 D. Stevens

HNRS 303-H01: Honors Technical Writing

MWF 8:00-9:15 C. Lyles

HNRS 377-H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric

TR 12:00-1:50 K. Merritt

 

HONORS COURSES UNDER REGULAR COURSE HEADINGS

BISC 102-H01: Honors Biology

TR 10:00-11:50 Dr J. Yule

BUSN420-001: Career Preparations Seminar

TU 4:00-5:50 D. Inman

Note: By Honors Contract only. See Dr. Simmons for details

ENGL 414-H01: The Victorian Period

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. R Simmons

ENGR 122-H11: Engineering Problem Solving

TBA

ENGR 122-H12: Engineering Problem Solving

TBA

ENGR 122-H13: Engineering Problem Solving

TBA

ENGR 122-H14: Engineering Problem Solving

TBA

PHIL 201-H01: Honors Philosophy

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. J. Mhire

 

Fall 2012

HNRS 103-H01: Foundations: Ancient Civilization 20948
MW 2-3:50 Dr. B. Magee (Equivalents: English 101, 102 or History 101). GTM 213
 
HNRS 104-H01: Foundations of Medieval Renaissance 20949
TR 10-11:50 Dr. J. Hankins(Equivalents: English 101, 102 210, or History 102). GTM123A
 
HNRS 114-H01: Foundations of Geographic Thought 20951
MWF 11:00-12:15 Dr. T. Mack (Equivalent Geography 205) GTM213
 
HNRS 203: H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization 20952
TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. R. Simmons  (Equivalents: English 102 or 211 or History 102 as needed)GTM213
 
HNRS 204: Foundations: American Civilization  20954
TR 12:00-1:50 Dr. R. Rudnicki (Equivalents: English 102 or 212 or History 201 or 202) GTM123
 
HNRS 212-H01: Foundations of Political Thought 20955
TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. B. Toburen (Equivalent: Political Science 201)GTM 123A
 
HNRS 225-H01: Mathematics and Effective Thinking 20956
MWF 9:30-10:45, B. Barron (Equivalents: Math 112 or Math 125) 20956 GTM219
 
HNRS 290-H01: Honors Music Appreciation 20957
MWF 11:00-12:15, Dr. S. Moegle (Equivalent: Music Appreciation)
 
HNRS 291-H01: Honors Theatre Appreciation 20958
TR 8-9:50, D. Stevens (Equivalent: Theatre Appreciation)
 
HNRS 303-H01: Technical Writing 20959
MWF 8:00-9:15,  C. Lyles (Equivalents: English 303) GTM213
 
HNRS 363-H01: Technical and Scientific Presentations 20960
MWF 11:00-12:15,  C. Strebeck (Equivalents: English 363) GTM123A
 
HNRS 377-H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric 20961
MWF 9:30-10:45, K. Merritt (Equivalents: Speech 110 or 377) GTM213
 
ARCH 125-H01: Foundation Design II 20068
MWF 2:00-4:55, T. Hayes WYLT1329
 
BISC 101-H01: Honors Biology 101 20180
TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. J Yule (Equivalents: Biology 101) GTM213
 
BUSN 420 - Career Preparation 20280
T 4:00-5:50, D. Inman (Honors Credit with Approval)
BUSN 420 is a career preparation seminar that ALL business majors are required to take before graduating. To earn Honors credit for this course see Dr. Simmons for details. Open to business majors only.
 
ENGL 450 - Career Preparation and Capstone 20724
W 2:00-3:50, Dr. R. Simmons (Honors Credit with Approval)
English 450 is a career preparation seminar and English capstone course that ALL English majors are required to take before graduating. To earn Honors credit for this course see Dr. Simmons for details.
 
ENGR 121-H11: Engineering Problem Solving II 20734
TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. D. Hall BOGH130
 
ENGR 121-H12: Engineering Problem Solving II 20735
TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. D Moller BOGH130
 
ENGR 121-H13: Engineering Problem Solving II 20736
MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. M Swanbom BOGH130
 
ENGR 121-H14: Engineering Problem Solving II 20737
MW 10:00-11:50, Dr. H. Hegab BOGH130
 
MATH 241-H11: Calculus I 21226
MWF 9:30-10:45, S. McCaa  GTM303
 
MATH 241-H11: Calculus I 21227
MWF 2:00-3:15, B. Barron  GTM303
 
MATH 241-H11: Calculus I 21228
MWF 8:00-9:15, B. Ma  GTM317
 
PHYS465-H01: The Physics of Sound 21848
TBA Dr. L. Sawyer
 
 
Honors Classes Fall 2012
 
HNRS 103-H01 - Foundations of Ancient Civilization
TR 2:00-3:50 GTM 213 Dr. B. Magee (Counts as English 101 or 102, or History 101)
HNRS 104-H01 - Foundations of Renaissance Civilization
TR 12:00-1:50 GTM 213 Dr. C. Lewis (Counts as English 101, 102, 210, or History 102)
HNRS 110 - H01: Foundations: Sociological Thought
MW 2:00 - 3:50 GTM 123A Dr. M. Melder (Counts as for Sociology 201 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit
HNRS 112 - H01: Foundations of Behavioral Thought
TR 10:00 -11:50 Dr. J. McDaniel (Counts as Psych 102 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit)
HNRS 203 - H01: Foundations: Modern Civilization
MW 2:00 - 3:50 GTM 123A Dr. R. Simmons (Counts as English 102, 211, or History 102)
HNRS 204-H01: Foundations of American Civilization
TR 2:00-3:50 GTM 123A Dr. D. Anderson (Counts as English 102 or 212, or History 201 or202)
HNRS 211- H01: Foundations of Microeconomic Thought
MWF 9:30-10:45 TBA Dr. J. Francis (Counts as Economics 201 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit)
HNRS 212: Foundations: American Political Thought (H01)
TR 10:00 - 11:50 GTM123A Dr. J. Pigg (Counts as Political Science 201)
HNRS 212: Foundations: American Political Thought (H02)
TR 12:00 - 1:50 GTM123A Dr. B. Toburen (Counts as Political Science 201)
HNRS 290- H01: Honors Music Appreciation
MWF 11:00-12:15 HC222 Dr. S. Moegle (Counts as Music Appreciation 290, a three- hour fine arts credit)
HNRS 291- H01: Honors Theatre Appreciation
TR 10:00-11:50 HC302 TBA (Counts as Theatre Appreciation 290, a three- hour fine arts credit)
HNRS 303- H01: Honors Technical Writing
MWF 8:00-9:15 GTM 213 C. Lyles (Counts as English 303, Technical Writing)
HNRS 377- H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric
MWF 11:00-12:15 GTM213 K. Merritt (Counts as Speech 110 or 377)
HNRS 489- H01: US Presidential Elections
MWF 11:00-12:15 GTM213 Dr. D. Anderson
Honors Achitecture
ARCH115-H01: Foundations of Design I
MWF 2:00-4:55 TBA K. Puljak
Special Topics Engineering Honors Classes (Register for these classes through engineering).
ENGR 120-H11: Engineering Problem Solving I, TR 2:00 - 3:50, Dr. D. Hall
ENGR 120-H12: Engineering Problem Solving I, TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. M. Swanbom
ENGR 120-H13: Engineering Problem Solving I, MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. S. Cronk
ENGR 120-H14: Engineering Problem Solving I, MW 4:00-5:50, Dr. D. Harbour
ENGR 120-H15: Engineering Problem Solving I, TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. M. Watson
University Seminar: Honors Sections
UNIV 100 H01: University Seminar: Honors, Liberal Arts, MW 9:30 - 10:45, Dr. R. Simmons
UNIV 100 H02: University Seminar: Honors, Education, MW 1:00 - 2:15, Dr. M. Margaret Livingston
UNIV 100 H03: University Seminar: Honors, App and Natural Science, TR 10:00 - 11:15, Dr. J. Yule
UNIV 100 H04: University Seminar: Honors, App and Natural Science, TR 8:30 - 9:45, Dr. J. Pope
UNIV 100 H05: University Seminar: Honors, Business, MW 11:00 - 12:15, Ms. L. Bradshaw
UNIV 100 H06 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering, TR 8:00-9:15, Dr. S. Cronk
UNIV 100 H07 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering, TR 12:30-1:45, Dr. M. Swanbom
UNIV 100 H08 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering, MW 12:30-1:15, Dr. D. Hall

Spring 2012 Classes

HNRS 103-H01: Foundations of Ancient Civilization

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. B. Magee

HNRS 114-H01: Foundations of Geographic Thought

MW 2:00-3:50 Dr. T. Mack (Equivalent Geography 205)

HNRS 203-H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization

TR 10:00-11:50 Dr. L. Stoff

HNRS 204-H01: Foundations of American Civilization

TR 12:00-1:50 Dr. D. Anderson

HNRS 210-H01: Foundations of Macroeconomic Thought

MWF 11:00-12:15 Dr. J. Bennet

HNRS 212-H01: Foundations: American Political Thought

MW 2:00 - 3:50 Dr. B. Toburen

HNRS 225-H01: Mathematics and Effective Thinking

MWF 11:00-12:15 Dr. B.Camp

Note: this class is NOT open to engineering majors

HNRS 280-H01: Honors Dance Appreciation

TR 2:00-3:50 B. Maggio

HNRS 291-H01: Honors Theatre Appreciation

MWF 9:30-10:45  D. Stevens

HNRS 303-H01: Honors Technical Writing

MWF 8:00-9:15 C. Lyles

HNRS 377-H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric

TR 12:00-1:50 K. Merritt

HNRS 489-H01: The History of the Law

MWF 9:30 -10:45 Dr. J. Hankins

HONORS COURSES UNDER REGULAR COURSE HEADINGS

ARCH233 - Contemporary Architectural History

Sophomore-level architecture students may do this class under an Honors contract for Honors credit. See Mr. Puljak for credit information - have Dr. Simmons clear you to register early.

BISC 102-H01: Honors Biology

TR 10:00-11:50 Dr J. Yule

BUSN420-001: Career Preparations Seminar

TU 4:00-5:50 D. Inman

Note: By Honors Contract only. See Dr. Simmons for details

ENGL 411-H01: The 19th Century British Novel

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. R Simmons

ENGR 122-H11: Engineering Problem Solving

TR 10:00 - 11:50 Dr. D. Hall

ENGR 122-H12: Engineering Problem Solving

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. S. Cronk

ENGR 122-H13: Engineering Problem Solving

TR 12:00-1:50 Dr. M. Swanbom

ENGR 122-H14: Engineering Problem Solving

TR 8:00-9:50 Dr. M. Barker

 


 

Winter 2012 Classes

HNRS 103-H01: Foundations: Ancient Civilization

MW 2-3:50 Dr. B. Magee (Equivalents: English 101, 102 or History 101)

HNRS 104-H01: Foundations of Medieval Renaissance

TR 10-11:50 Dr. J. Hankins(Equivalents: English 101, 102 210, or History 102).

HNRS 112-H01: Foundations of Behavioral Thought

TBA (Equivalent: Psychology 102)

HNRS 114-H01: Foundations of Geographic Thought

MWF 11:00-12:15 Dr. T. Mack (Equivalent Geography 205)

HNRS 203: H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. R. Simmons  (Equivalents: English 102 or 211 or History 102 as needed)

HNRS 203: H02: Foundations of Modern Civilization

TR 12:00-1:50 Dr. D. Robbins(Equivalents:English 102 or 211 or History 102 as needed)

HNRS 204: Foundations: American Civilization

TR 12:00-1:50 Dr. R. Rudnicki (Equivalents: English 102 or 212 or History 201 or 202 as needed)

HNRS 212-H01: Foundations of Political Thought

TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. B. Toburen (Equivalent: Political Science 201)

HNRS 225-H01: Mathematics and Effective Thinking

MWF 9:30-10:45, Dr. B. Camp (Equivalents: Math 112 or Math 125)

HNRS 290-H01: Honors Music Appreciation

MWF 11:00-12:15, Dr. S. Moegle (Equivalent: Music Appreciation)

HNRS 291-H01: Honors Theatre Appreciation

TR 8-9:50, D. Stevens (Equivalent: Theatre Appreciation)

HNRS 303-H01: Technical Writing

MWF 8:00-9:15,  C. Lyles (Equivalents: English 303)

HNRS 363-H01: Technical and Scientific Presentations

MWF 11:00-12:15,  C. Strebeck (Equivalents: English 363)

HNRS 377-H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric

MWF 9:30-10:45, K. Merritt (Equivalents: Speech 110 or 377)

HNRS 489-H01: Innovative Venture Research

TR 10:00-11:50, D. Norris

ARCH 125-H01: Foundation Design II

MWF 2:00-4:45, T. Hayes

BISC 101-H01: Honors Biology 101

TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. J Yule (Equivalents: Biology 101)

BUSN 420 - Career Preparation

T 4:00-5:50, D. Inman (Honors Credit with Approval)

BUSN 420 is a career preparation seminar that ALL business majors are required to take before graduating. To earn Honors credit for this course see Dr. Simmons for details. Open to business majors only.

ENGL 450 - Career Preparation and Capstone

W 2:00-3:50, Dr. R. Simmons (Honors Credit with Approval)

English 450 is a career preparation seminar and English capstone course that ALL English majors are required to take before graduating. To earn Honors credit for this course see Dr. Simmons for details.

ENGR 121-H11: Engineering Problem Solving II

TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. S Cronk

ENGR 121-H12: Engineering Problem Solving II

TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. D Hall

ENGR 121-H13: Engineering Problem Solving II

MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. M Swanbom

ENGR 121-H14: Engineering Problem Solving II

MW 10:00-11:50, Dr. M Swanbom

MATH 241-H11: Calculus I

MWF 9:30-10:45, Professor TBA

MATH 241-H12: Calculus I

MWF 2:00-3:15, Professor TBA

MATH 241-H13: Calculus I

MWF 8:00-9:15, Professor TBA


 

Fall 2011 Honors Classes

HNRS 103-H01 - Foundations of Ancient Civilization 12305

TR 2:00-3:50 GTM 213 Dr. B. Magee

What do Gilgamesh and Achilles have to do with Luke Skywalker and Captain Kirk? The ancient world set the patterns for heroes, their trials, their tragedies, and their triumphs, patterns which continue to inspire us today. (Counts as English 101 or 102, or History 101)

 

HNRS 103-H02- Foundations of Ancient Civilization 11325

MWF 9:30-10:45 GTM 123A Dr. J Stuckey (Counts as English 101 or 102, History 101)

 

HNRS 104-H01 - Foundations of Renaissance Civilization 11326

TR 12:00-1:50 GTM 213 Dr. C. Lewis (Counts as English 101, 102, 210, or History 102)

Focus: "Violence and the Law”

 

HNRS 110 - H01: Foundations: Sociological Thought 12340

MWF 12:30 - 1:45 GTM 123A Dr. M. Melder (Counts as for Sociology 201 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit

 

HNRS 112 - H01: Foundations of Behavioral Thought 11328

Time and location TBA Dr. J. McDaniel (Counts as Psych 102 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit)

 

HNRS 203 - H01: Foundations: Modern Civilization 11329

MW 2:00 - 3:50 GTM 123A Dr. Rick Simmons Focus: “Change, Fear, and Society”

A common element in literature over the last three hundred years has been to examine how change -- whether ultimately good or bad – has often been met with fear and repulsion. This class will examine how a fear of change has manifested itself as a concern in classic works in the culture of the post-1660 modern world, and how those fears may be symbolized by villains, government, foreigners, and even monsters. Works examined will include Frankenstein, Wuthering Heights, Dracula, and Moonraker. (Counts as English 102, 211, or History 102)

 

HNRS 204-H01: Foundations of American Civilization 11330

TR 2:00-3:50 GTM 123A Dr. D. Anderson Focus: "From Hell to Paradise: Visions of the American Dream"

The focus is on films and readings—from the 19th-century Utopian novel to the 1970s trash horror classic, The Stepford Wives—that alternately view the United States as a prison that stifles individual dreams of success or as a paradise that allows such dreams to flourish. (Counts as English 102 or 212, or History 201 or202)

 

HNRS 211- H01: Foundations of Microeconomic Thought 11331

TR 12:00-1:50 BUS 218 Dr. J. Francis (Counts as Economics 201 - a three hour social/behavioral sciences credit)

 

HNRS 212: Foundations: American Political Thought 11332

TR 10:00 - 11:50 GTM123A Dr. Jason Pigg (Counts as Political Science 201)

 

HNRS 290- H01: Honors Music Appreciation 12266

MWF 11:00-12:15 HC222 Dr. Steele Moegle (Counts as Music Appreciation 290, a three- hour fine arts credit)

 

HNRS 291- H01: Honors Theatre Appreciation 12293

TR 10:00-11:50 HC302 K. Robbins (Counts as Theatre Appreciation 290, a three- hour fine arts credit)

 

HNRS 303- H01: Honors Technical Writing 12341

TR 8:00-9:50 GTM 209 C. Lyles (Counts as English 303, Technical Writing)

 

HNRS 377- H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric 11333

MWF 11:00-12:15 GTM213 K. Merritt (Counts as Speech 110 or 377)

 

Honors Achitecture

ARCH115-H01: Foundations of Design I

MWF 2:00-5:00 HaleTBA K. Puljak

 

Special Topics Engineering Honors Classes (Register for these classes through engineering).

ENGR 120-H11: Engineering Problem Solving I, TR 2:00 - 3:50, Dr. David Hall

ENGR 120-H12: Engineering Problem Solving I, TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. Michael Swanbom

ENGR 120-H13: Engineering Problem Solving I, MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. Stan Cronk

ENGR 120-H14: Engineering Problem Solving I, MW 4:00-5:50, Dr. Davis Harbour

ENGR 120-H15: Engineering Problem Solving I, TBA

 

University Seminar: Honors Sections

UNIV 100 H01: University Seminar: Honors, Liberal Arts, MW 9:30 - 10:45, Dr. Rick Simmons

UNIV 100 H02: University Seminar: Honors, Education, MW 1:00 - 2:15, Dr. Mary Margaret Livingston

UNIV 100 H03: University Seminar: Honors, App and Natural Science, TR 10:00 - 11:15, Dr. Jeff Yule

UNIV 100 H04: University Seminar: Honors, Business, MW 11:00 - 12:15, Ms. Lori Bradshaw

UNIV 100 H05 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering, TR 8:00-9:15, Dr. S. Cronk

UNIV 100 H06 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering, TR 12:30-1:45, Dr. M. Swanbom

UNIV 100 H06 University Seminar: Honors, Engineering, MW 12:30-1:15, Dr. D. Hall

 

 

Honors Offerings Spring 2011

HNRS 103-H01: Foundations of Ancient Civilization

TR 8:00-9:50, GTM 123A, Dr. B. Magee (Counts as English 101 or 102, or History 101)

HNRS 112-H11: Foundations of Behavioral Thought

TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. J. McDaniel (Equivalent: Psychology 102)

HNRS 203-H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization

TR 2:00-3:50, GTM 123A, Dr. D. Kaczvinsky. “Focus: Self and Society from Descartes to Foucault.” Built on the Great Books courses found at private liberal arts colleges, this is the classic Honors Foundations course as originally designed. (Counts as English 102 or 211 or History 102)

HNRS 204-HO1: Foundations of American Civilization

MW 2:00-3:50, GTM 123A, Dr. D. Anderson. Focus: “From Hell to Paradise: Visions of the American Dream” The focus is on films and readings—from the nineteenth-century utopian novel to the 1970s trash horror classic, The Stepford Wives—that alternately view the United States as a prison that stifles individual dreams of success or as a paradise that allows such dreams to flourish. (Counts as English 102 or 212 or History 201 or 202)

HNRS 211-H01: Foundations of Microeconomic Thought

TR 2:00-3:50, BUS 214, Dr. A. Darrat (Counts as Economics 202 – a 3 hour social and behavioral credit)

HNRS 225-H01: Mathematics and Effective Thinking

MWF 11:00-12:15, BH 325, Dr. M. Swanbom and Dr. B. Camp. An Honors math course to take the place of math 112 or 125. It isn’t harder or higher math, rather a second math course for students who need just 6 hours of general education math credits, and no higher math. Preq: Math 101. (Counts as Math 112 or 125)

HNRS 292-H01: Honors Art Appreciation

MWF 9:30-10:45, VAC 103, Dr. S. Zalesch. (Counts as Art Appreciation 290, a 3 hour fine arts credit)

HNRS 303-H01: Honors Technical Writing

MW 2:00-3:50, GTM 209, C. Lyles. The Honors version of this class will introduce students to written communication practices used in the workplace through exploring information, document, web, and graphic design. (Counts as English 303)

HNRS 363-H01: Honors Technical and Scientific Presentations

MWF 11-12:15, GTM 123A, C. Strebeck. The Honors version of this class will include innovative pre-employment exercises, an exercise with the use of at least two types of visual elements, and a desktop electronic presentation. (Counts as English 363)

HNRS 377-H01: Foundations of Public Rhetoric

TR 12:00-1:50, GTM 123A, K. Merritt. (Counts as Speech 377 or 110)

HNRS 489-H01: Women in Latin American History

MW 4:00-5:50, GTM 123A, Dr. S. Webre. (Can be used for an upper-level history course or to satisfy 3 hours of liberal arts GER requirements)

HNRS 489-H02: Crime, Violence, and Justice in America

TR 10:00-11:50, GTM 123A, Dr. G. Stokely. (Can be used for an upper-level sociology course or to satisfy 3 hours of social sciences GER requirements)

BUSN 420 – For Honors

BUSN 420 is a career preparation seminar that ALL business majors are required to take before graduating. Yet with little additional effort, business students can receive Honors credit for this course. See Dr. Simmons for details. Open to business majors only.

Engineering Problem Solving – Three sections of this class will be offered in the spring:

ENGR 122-H11: TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. D. Hall

ENGR 122-H12: TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. Cronk

ENGR 122-H13: TR 12:00-1:50, Dr. M. Swanbom

(Open to engineering students only - register for these classes through engineering.)

 

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Honors OfferingsWinter 2011

HNRS 103-H01: Foundations: Ancient Civilization

MW 2-3:50 Dr. B. Magee (Equivalents: English 101, 102 or History 101)

HNRS 104-H01: Foundations of Medieval Renaissance

TR 10-11:50 Dr. J. Hankins Focus: “From Superstition to Science.” The medieval world was full of images and omens that affected European lives; this course will examine how scientific inquiry challenged these and sometimes incorporated them (Equivalents: English 101, 102 210, or History 102). NOTE: This class will include the annual trip to Subiaco Abbey.

HNRS 203: H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization

TR 2:00-3:50 Dr. R. Simmons Focus: "Jane Eyre to James Bond - Individualism and Isolation." The course will focus on individualism and isolation as a quality manifested in both literary characters and the authors who created them. (Equivalents: English 102 or 211 or History 102 as needed)

HNRS 203: H02: Foundations of Modern Civilization

MWF 8:00-9:15 Dr. D. Robbins Focus: "Heroes and Villains." The course will explore the thin line that often separates heroes from villains in texts such as The Hobbit, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Lord of the Flies, and Heart of Darkness. (Equivalents:English 102 or 211 or History 102 as needed)

HNRS 204: Foundations: American Civilization

TR 12:00 -1:50 Dr. R. Rudnicki Focus: "Into the Wild." The course will focus on readings that somehow have to negotiate with the American landscape and wilderness--from early explorers to Thoreau to naturalists like Jack London and Hemingway. (Equivalents: English 102 or 212 or History 201 or 202 as needed)

HNRS 112-H11: Foundations of Behavioral Thought

TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. J. McDaniel (Equivalent: Psychology 102)

HNRS 114-H11: Foundations of Geographic Thought

MWF 11:00-12:15 Dr. T. Mack (Equivalent Geography 205)

HNRS 212-H11: Foundations of Political Thought

MWF 12:30-1:15, Dr. J. Mhire (Equivalent: Political Science 201)

MUGN 290-H11: Honors Music Appreciation

MWF 8:00 - 9:15 Dr. S. Moegle (Equivalent: Music Appreciation)

HNRS 377: Foundations of Public Rhetoric

MWF 9;30-10:45, K. Merritt (Equivalents: Speech 110 or 377)

HNRS 450-H01/BISC 535: “Oil” Environmental Science (1 hr)

F 9:30-10:45, Dr. J. Yule. This interdisciplinary seminar will address the biological and environmental science effects and implications of human uses of oil and oil-based resources and technologies.

ENGR 121-H11: Engineering Problem Solving II

TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. S. Cronk

ENGR 121-H12: Engineering Problem Solving II

TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. D. Hall

ENGR 121-H13: Engineering Problem Solving II

MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. M. Swanbom

BUSN 420 - Career Preparation

T 4:00-5:50, D. Inman (Honors Credit with Approval). BUSN 420 is a career preparation seminar that ALL business majors are required to take before graduating. To earn Honors credit for this course see Dr. Simmons for details. Open to business majors only.

ENGL 450 - Career Preparation and Capstone

W 2:00-3:50, Dr. R. Simmons (Honors Credit with Approval). English 450 is a career preparation seminar and English capstone course that ALL English majors are required to take before graduating. To earn Honors credit for this course see Dr. Simmons for details.

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Honors Offering Fall 2010

HNRS 103: Foundations: Ancient Civilization

TR 2:00 - 3:50, B. Magee

HNRS 104: Foundations: Medieval/Renaissance Civilization

TR 12:00 -1:50, C. Lewis

HNRS 110: Foundations: Sociological Thought

MWF 12:30 - 1:45, L. Michel

HNRS 112: Foundations: Behavioral Thought

TR 2:00 - 3:50, T Sheets

HNRS 203: Foundations: Modern Civilization

MW 2:00 - 3:50, R Simmons

HNRS 204: Foundations: American Civilization

MWF 11:00-12:15, D Anderson

HNRS 211: Foundations: Microeconomic Thought

TR 12:00 - 1:50, J Francis

HNRS 212: Foundations: American Political Thought

TR 10:00 - 11:50, J Pigg

HNRS 377: Foundations: Public Rhetoric

MWF 9:30 - 10:45, K Merrit

ENGR 120-H11: Engineering Problem Solving I

TR 2:00 - 3:50, D Hall

ENGR 120-H12: Engineering Problem Solving I

TR 8:00-9:50, M Swanbom

ENGR 120-H13: Engineering Problem Solving I

MW 2:00-3:50, S Cronk

ENGR 120-H14: Engineering Problem Solving I

MW 4:00-5:50, W Harbour

MUGN 290: Honors Music Appreciation

MWF 11:00-12:15, S Moegle

SPTH 290: Honors Theatre Appreciation

TR 10:00-11:50, C Sciro

University Seminar: Honors Sections

UNIV 100 H01: University Seminar: Honors, Liberal Arts

MW 9:30 - 10:45, R Simmons

UNIV 100 H02: University Seminar: Honors, Education

MW 1:00 - 2:15, M Livingston

UNIV 100 H03: University Seminar: Honors, Applied and Natural Sciences

TR 10:00 - 11:15, J Yule

UNIV 100 H04: University Seminar: Honors, Business

TR 2:00 - 3:15, L Bradshaw

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Honors Offerings Spring 2010

ENGR 122-H11: Engineering Problem Solving III

  TR 10:00-11:50, J. Barker                                          

ENGR 122-H12: Engineering Problem Solving III

 TR 2:00-3:50, S. Cronk

ENGR 122-H13: Engineering Problem Solving III

 TR 12:00-1:50, K. Crittenden

PHYS 201-H11: Physics for Engineering and Science I

MWF 8:00-9:15, Z. Greenwood

BISC 450-H11: Cat and Dog Evolution

 MWF 9:30-10:45, J. Yule

 ART 290-H01: Art Appreciation

MWF 9:30-10:45, Z. Zalesch

KINE 280-H11: Dance Appreciation

MW 2:00-3:50, B. Maggio

HNRS 203-H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization

 TR 2:00-3:50, D. Kazvinsky

HNRS 203-H01: Foundations of Modern Civilization

TR 10:00-11:50, L. Stoff 

HNRS 110-H11: Foundations of Sociological Thought

TR 8:00-9:50, G. Stokley



Winter 2009-2010

 

HNRS 104-H01: Foundations of Medieval Renaissance

MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. Hankins

HNRS 104-H02: Foundations of Medieval Renaissance

TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. Stuckey

HNRS 112-H11: Foundations of Behavioral Thought

MWF 12:30-1:45, Dr. Silvers

HNRS 114-H11: Foundations of Geographic Thought

MWF 11:00-12:15, Dr. Mack

HNRS 212-H11: Foundations of Political Thought

TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. Rickards

MUGN 290-H11: Music Appreciation

MWF 11:00-12:15, Dr. Moegle

PHYS 465-H11: The Physics of Sound

MWF 12:30-1:45, Dr. Sawyer

ENGL 475-H01/BISC 450-H11: Environmental Literature

MWF 12:30-1:45, Dr. Yule

ENGR 121-H11: Engineering Problem Solving II

TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. Crittenden

ENGR 121-H12: Engineering Problem Solving II

TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. Hall

ENGR 121-H13: Engineering Problem Solving II

MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. Barker

 

 


 

Fall 2009

 

HNRS 103: Foundations of Ancient Civilization

MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. Magee

HNRS 103: Foundations of Ancient Civilization

TR 4:00-5:50, Dr. Stuckey

HNRS 110: Foundations of Sociological Thought

MWF 11:00-12:15, Dr. Howard

HNRS 112: Foundations of Behavioral Thought

TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. Sheets

HNRS 211: Foundations of Microeconomic Thought

TR 12:00-1:50, Dr. Francis

HNRS 212: Foundations of American Political Thought

TR 10:00-11:50, Dr. Pigg

HNRS 377: Foundations of Public Rhetoric

TR 8:00-9:50, Merritt

SPTH 290: Theatre Appreciation

TR 10:00-11:50, Sciro,

HIST 495: The Maya and Their World

MW 4:00-5:50, Dr. Webre

ENGR 120-H11: Engineering Problem Solving I

TR 2:00-3:50, Dr. Easley

ENGR 120-H12: Engineering Problem Solving I

TR 8:00-9:50, Dr. Swanbom

ENGR 120-H13: Engineering Problem Solving I

MW 2:00-3:50, Dr. Crittenden

 



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