Honors Classes Winter 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 


SPAN 102-H01: Elementary Spanish II 21827

MWF 11:00-12:15 Dr. A. Reynolds Case GTM123A




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