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DescriptionCRNSubjCrseSecGrade Mode Catalog DefaultCredTitleDaysTimeCapInstructorDate (MM/DD) LocationModality
Counts as a core Humanities specifically designed for Honors College students. From an interdisciplinary perspective, this course examines the intersections of technology & technology & culture in a variety of social, historical, professional, and global settings.12722HONR10171S3Honors Tech and Culture IIMWF11:00 AM-11:50 AM30George M Plasketes01/06-04/30HALEY 2182F2F Required
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.13307HONR10771P1Honors Freshman ExplorationW02:00 PM-02:50 PM25Savannah L Woodall01/06-04/30HALEY 2182F2F Required
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.15514HONR10772P1Honors Freshman ExplorationM01:00 PM-01:50 PM25Taylor B Mitchell01/06-04/30HALEY 3228F2F Required
First year course that introduces new Honors College students to the Honors College and Auburn University and helps students become better informed about its resources and services. Topics include Honors College advising, Study Abroad, Campus Involvement, the Career Center, Academic Support and Study Skills, and many more. This course is for first year honors students only.18830HONR10773P1Honors Freshman ExplorationM03:00 PM-03:50 PM25Taylor B Mitchell01/06-04/30HALEY 2352F2F Required
This course is a fun and rewarding way to help Freshman Honors students AND give back to the Honors College. Peer Instructors are assigned to one of the Freshman Exploration sections. There is a separate application to be a peer instructor. Interested in this opportunity? You can apply for this position by filling out the online Peer Instructor Application (https://auburn.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_er4XL0XuRgd2xTv ) on or before November 24th. Questions can be sent to Savannah Woodall: slw0083@auburn.edu 19365HONR10871P1Honors Lyceum: Peer Instructor TBA0Savannah L Woodall01/06-04/30TBAonline asynchronous
For better or worse, drugs, both legal and illicit, are an intricate part of our world. We are exposed to drugs from the womb till the grave. We see commercials for pharmaceuticals on a daily basis, and the news is flooded with headlines about addiction, drug crises, and new drug crazes. The purpose of this course is to provide you with a basic foundation for understanding drugs in our current society. We will accomplish this goal by exploring a variety of different issues related to how drugs are used, abused, and perceived in America, while learning fundamentals of how drugs have their effect on the brain and the body. Some topics of discussion will include: perceptions of addiction in the 20th century, the opioid crisis, the legal status of marijuana, treatments for addiction, and the Drug Scheduling system.12755HONR10872P1Honors Lyceum: Drugs in AmericaW02:00 PM-03:15 PM30Robert A Sauer01/06-04/30TBAonline synchronous
This lyceum introduces students to Economic Development from both a global and local perspective. While broadly exploring the process of improving the well-being of people, the primary focus will be on economics. The course will encourage students to be curious while keeping their heads, look outward, work wisely saving the best, use the human touch to change the world, and have fun through informal discussions. Using a variation of the Moore Method, a type of instructional approach used in advanced mathematics, students will be prompted to ask and answer probing, thoughtful questions on topics associated with economic development. Student-initiated question-and-answer participation will be assessed. No formal outside reading or writing assignments will be given.16755HONR10873P1Honors Lyceum: Economic Development: Local and Global PerspectivesR02:00 PM-03:15 PM30Joseph S Johnson01/06-04/30TBAF2F Required
In this course students are expected to conduct 15 hours of service and do an in-class presentation on their service experience. This class will meet 4-6 times during the semester, but most of your weekly meeting times will be canceled, allowing for community service time. 14000HONR10874P1Honors Lyceum: Service LearningR09:30 AM-10:45 AM18TBA01/06-04/30HALEY 3218F2F Flexible
You've taken personality assessments, or at least heard of them, but what do they really do? How can you use them to your benefit? In this course students will take learning and personality assessments, explore the results, and discuss how to apply the finds to the real-world. Some of the assessments included in the course will be the Enneagram, type focus, true colors, etc. 15520HONR10875P1Honors Lyceum: Learning YOU through AssessmentsT03:30 PM-04:30 PM30Suzanne P Hunter01/06-04/30HALEY 2370F2F Flexible
This course aims to provide a venue for Honors College students selected for the competitive CEO Fellows program to meet on a bi-weekly basis to discuss their progress through the program. We will engage in meaningful conversation about the issues and topics covered within the program—including soft skills, conflict management, team building, and authentic leadership—and reflect upon the assignments being completed. We will also engage any questions that arise during the course of the program and think creatively about how we can apply our leadership skills in service of ourselves, our communities, and our world. Students in the course will complete a leadership project as the final project.17546HONR10877P1Honors Lyceum: CEO FellowsTBA0Tiffany A Sippial01/06-04/30TBAF2F Flexible
Transfer Transitions is a course designed for first-semester transfer students and current Auburn students who have recently applied and been accepted to the Honors College. The course introduces new Honors College students to the College and its resources and services.  The goals of Transfer Transitions are to give recent transfer students and current Auburn transitioning students a strong identity within the Honors College by offering information that will help students be successful in the Honors curriculum, building a cohort, and introducing students to opportunities offered to Honors and other high-achieving students on the Auburn campus.16512HONR10879P1Honors Lyceum: Transfer TransitionsW03:00 PM-03:50 PM30Yvette J Stone01/06-04/30HALEY 2182F2F Flexible
In this Lyceum the speakers will discuss their involvement in research within their particular field. This is a great class to introduce you to research opportunities on Auburn's campus, and explore the different types of research that contributes to our R1 status. 14001HONR108710P1Honors Lyceum: Research at AuburnW09:00 AM-09:50 AM30Robert J Kulick01/06-04/30TBAonline synchronous
Additive manufacturing , or 3d printing, has been gaining popularity since it was first conceived nearly 50 years ago. Technology has progressed to the point where small and portable units are affordable to nearly any consumer. Through a combination of lecture, article discussion and video presentation, This course aims to teach the history of 3d printing over the last 50 years with a focus on modern advancements, media perception, and use in popular culture. No prior knowledge of 3d printing is required, only interest.17547HONR108711P1Honors Lyceum: 3D PrintingW03:00 PM-03:50 PM30Scott D Silvis01/06-04/30HALEY 2116Blended Required
Additive manufacturing , or 3d printing, has been gaining popularity since it was first conceived nearly 50 years ago. Technology has progressed to the point where small and portable units are affordable to nearly any consumer. Through a combination of lecture, article discussion and video presentation, This course aims to teach the history of 3d printing over the last 50 years with a focus on modern advancements, media perception, and use in popular culture. No prior knowledge of 3d printing is required, only interest.17573HONR108712P1Honors Lyceum: 3D PrintingW04:00 PM-04:50 PM30Scott D Silvis01/06-04/30HALEY 2116Blended Required
The general purpose of this course is fairly simple, to provide a venue for us to learn about and openly discuss some of the major global issues we face today. The broader scope of this course will focus not just on the specific events occurring in the world, but with how we consume the media covering these events. Today we are inundated with a myriad of different news outlets. Some of these sources are consistently reliable, while others are at best ill-informed and at worst misinformation. But regardless of the source, it is important to always be a vigilant steward of the information we are reading, watching, or hearing. In this course you will have the opportunity to practice and refine your ability to assess sources as valid pieces of information by taking a deep dive into some of the top media stories from around the world.18029HONR108713P1Honors Lyceum: Global IssuesT02:00 PM-03:15 PM30Shelby L Hall01/06-04/30HALEY 2116F2F
In this Lyceum the speakers will discuss their involvement in research within their particular field. This is a great class to introduce you to research opportunities on Auburn's campus, and explore the different types of research that contributes to our R1 status. 17545HONR108714P1Honors Lyceum: Research at AuburnR02:00 PM-02:50 PM30TBA01/06-04/30HALEY 2182F2F Required
The general purpose of this course is fairly simple, to provide a venue for us to learn about and openly discuss recent developments in the realm of domestic and foreign political events and policy. The broader scope of this course will focus not just on the specific events occurring in the world, but with how we consume the media covering these events. Today we are inundated with a myriad of different news outlets. Some of these sources are consistently reliable, while others are at best ill-informed and at worst misinformation. But regardless of the source, it is important to always be a vigilant steward of the information we are reading, watching, or hearing. In this course you will have the opportunity to practice and refine your ability to assess sources as valid pieces of information by taking a deep dive into some of the top media stories from around the world.18888HONR108715P1Honors Lyceum: Global PoliticsW11:00 AM-11:50 AM30Kara E Newby01/06-04/30HALEY 3203F2F
This course is designed for college students to understand the need for maintaining lifestyle of health and wellness. Students will be presented with current research related to health and wellness along with practical opportunities to enhance their relationship with food in college. 18897HONR108716P1Honors Lyceum: Mindfulness MattersW11:00 AM-11:50 AM30Savannah L Woodall01/06-04/30DAVIS 255F2F Required
Students attend 10 approved events held around Auburn’s campus or virtually and submit short summaries of their experience online.  Events include research presentations, film screenings, academic seminars, plays, music concerts, lectures, Career Center workshops, etc. 13838HONR20771S1Honors ForumTBA75Krista Grant01/06-04/30TBAonline asynchronous
Students attend 10 approved events held around Auburn’s campus and submit short summaries of their experience online.  Events include research presentations, film screenings, academic seminars, plays, music concerts, lectures, Career Center workshops, etc. 13922HONR20772S1Honors ForumTBA75Krista Grant01/06-04/30TBAonline asynchronous
We often tend to think of psychological well-being as the straightforward consequence of having good brain chemistry, habits, and attitudes — with perhaps some attention given to our family history. Using a social constructivist lens, this book club will offer an alternative way of understanding psychological make-up and well-being. Biehl, João. Vita: Life in a Zone of Social Abandonment. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005.13939HONR20871P1Honors Book Club: Social Conditions & Psychological Well-Being T04:00 PM-04:50 PM15Nathaniel A Maddox01/06-04/30HALEY 2124F2F
American Gods by Neil Gaiman (ISBN: 0380789035) The Last American Vampire by Seth Grahame-Smith (ISBN: 9781455502110)14322HONR20872P1Honors Book Club: American MonstersW02:00 PM-02:50 PM15Yvette J Stone01/06-04/30HALEY 2228F2F Flexible
David Sehat, The Jefferson Rule: How the Founding Fathers Became Infallible and Our Politics Inflexible (Simon and Schuster, 2015) The 2016 paperback edition is preferrable: ISBN-13 : 978-1476779782 and Kristin Kobes Du Mez, Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation (Liveright [Norton], 2020) ISBN-13 : 978-163149573115982HONR20873P1Honors Book Club: Jefferson, Jesus, & John Wayne: History for Our TimeF10:00 AM-10:50 AM12Charles A Israel01/06-04/30HALEY 2324F2F Flexible
Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek; and Find Your Why: A Practical Guide for Discovering Purpose for You and Your Team by Simon Sinek, David Mead, and Peter Docker15156HONR20874P1Honors Book Club: Exploring Your WhyT04:00 PM-04:50 PM15Whitney Comer01/06-04/30TBAF2F Flexible
The Alchemy of Air by Thomas Hager16388HONR20875P1Honors Book Club: Exploring Connections between Engineering, Agriculture, Science and HistoryM02:00 PM-02:50 PM15Paul M Patterson01/06-04/30LIBRY 4133F2F Required
“A Hope in the Unseen” by Ron Suskind and “Educated” by Tara Westover16389HONR20876P1Honors Book Club: Leadership: Higher Education AccessT11:00 AM-11:50 AM15Pearson M Brown01/06-04/30HALEY 2228F2F Flexible
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman, 2011, ISBN: 978-0-374-27563-116511HONR20877P1Honors Book Club: Thinking Fast & SlowR09:30 AM-10:45 AM15Robert A Sauer01/06-04/30TBAonline synchronous
Books will be chosen by the students in the Book Club.16753HONR20878P1Honors Book ClubM03:30 PM-04:30 PM12David E Housel01/06-04/30Alumni Centerblended required
This is a course that fills a need for Honors students to receive a broad instruction to both STEM and Humanities research methodologies to prepare them for future research endeavors. This course is open for all honors students but is required for students pursuing Honors Research Scholar or University Honors Research Scholar.19232HONR20971P3Honors Research MethodsMWF09:00 AM-09:50 AM15Toni M Carter01/06-04/30HALEY 2228F2F Required
Popular culture—our “whole way of life” and “everydayness”—including all mass media, is the major cultural environment which almost all individuals can relate to and have experienced during the twentieth-plus century. Consequently, our cultural heritage, orientation and individual and collective cultural identity are vitally linked to and shaped by popular culture.  This course is designed to facilitate the recognition, understanding, utilization, and appreciation of the basic theories, approaches, concepts, and issues within popular culture, and their critical connections to the various communication processes.  Particular emphasis will be placed on identification and analysis of materials and texts which largely define the people, places and things that are a composite of contemporary American culture as they are presented as meaningful texts within radio, television, film, music, and advertising.13258HONR30071S3Honors Seminar: Pop CultureMW02:00 PM-03:15 PM15George M Plasketes01/06-04/30HALEY 2324F2F Required
This course takes an integrated approach to advancing civil discourse through the lens of equity.  The structure of this course provides an engaging environment for learning the knowledge, behaviors, and skills necessary to navigate difficult conversations and interactions.  By the end of the semester, students will not only have a robust understanding of cultural competence, diversity, equity and inclusion, but students will be empowered to engage across difference with confidence and courage.  13251HONR30072S3Honors Seminar: Unpacking the Moral Matrix: Diversity, equity and inclusion, and civil discourseTR03:30 PM-04:45 PM15Ada K Wilson01/06-04/30TBAF2F Required
Political philosophy or political theory studies questions about the goals or purposes of politics. One way to state the principal question of political theory is: What is the best political system? Attempting to answer this question requires the study of not only contemporary politics but also past understandings of political, economic, and social life and the broader philosophical and religious questions that form the context for inquiry about the ends of politics. This course will address these issues within the context of both the promise and peril of modern technological development.16383HONR30073S3Honors Seminar: Political Philosophy and the Future of Modern Technological SocietiesTR03:30 PM-04:45 PM15Murray D Jardine01/06-04/30HALEY 3228F2F Flexible
16754HONR20879P1Honors Book ClubTBATBA15TBA01/06-04/30TBA
This course will comparatively explore the history of visual and performing arts in the Western European tradition from the Middle Ages to the present day. Students will have the opportunity to explore major intellectual and artistic movements—such as the Renaissance, the Age of Enlightenment, and Romanticism—and consider how these ideas were manifested and channeled through the musical works, paintings, sculpture, and architecture of each era. Major figures in art and music will be explored alongside each other, revealing a kinship of creative expression that links Palestrina to Michelangelo, Beethoven to David, and Debussy to Monet. Students will also engage in a capstone project and presentation on a comparative arts topic of their choice. 16384HONR30074S3Honors Seminar: Comparative Arts in the Western TraditionTR09:30 AM-10:45 AM15Matthew R Hoch01/06-04/30HALEY 2124F2F Flexible
This course will prepare students to make more informed job/career decisions and strategies. They will participate in a comprehensive assessment to identify their “motivated” abilities. Using these insights, students will learn about “Goodness of Fit” and how to match their talents to the critical motivations required for both performance and satisfaction in their chosen job/career. Participants will be guided in developing long-term goals, short-term plans, job interviewing skills, mentorship relationships, and co-curricular learning opportunities.16385HONR30075S3Honors Seminar: Career Planning: Be the Best YouTR12:30 PM-01:45 PM15Joseph S Johnson01/06-04/30HALEY 2334F2F Required
The goal of the seminar is to provide an opportunity for Honors College students to support their peers on their journey toward academic success. Academic coaches provide tutoring and mentoring to fellow Honors students in a variety of subject-specific courses. Students in the course are responsible for hosting weekly coaching sessions and should be prepared to help students in their given subjects by reviewing the course material, preparing additional study materials, and serving as a mentor for Honors students attending sessions. Apply to be a coach through the link by Friday, April 17th: https://t.e2ma.net/click/85w6bc/gwyr8q/42fwwk16386HONR30076S3Honors Seminar: Peer CoachesTBA15Yvette J Stone01/06-04/30TBAonline asynchronous
This seminar is a one-on-one independent course based on your prior experience with the following: Global Internship, Independent Project, Internship/Practicum Experience, Co-op Experience, Study Abroad Experiences, Sustained Community Service, Etc. To discuss the possibility of taking this course, email Suzanne Hunter at sap0005@auburn.edu. 16387HONR30077S3Honors Seminar: Special ProjectsTBA15Whitney Comer01/06-04/30TBAonline asynchronous
This seminar will focus on Albert Einstein as a scientist and as a popular culture figure. The seminar will explain the impact of Einstein’s five great theorems, and we and the students will collaborate on tracing Einstein through the popular culture process of his recognition to his becoming a role-icon and a brand.  This second focus includes study of collections of pajamas, games, toys, life-size lego statues, Halloween costumes, and more. We will work with notable events in Einstein’s life such as British scientists trekking over three continents to Africa chasing an eclipse to prove his theory “On the Influence of Gravitation on the Propagation of Light.” Students will learn, practice and report on some major research methodologies such as Reception History. Among the seminars will be one led by Dr. Madsen, who holds an Academy Award for Lord of the Rings, on technical aspects of creating special effects for popular culture.13839HONR39871S3Honors Research Seminar: Einstein: Scientist and Role IconR12:30 PM-03:10 PM15Paula R Backscheider01/06-04/30HALEY 3218online synchronous
In this course, we will share a broad foundation of health issues in children and adolescents with an emphasis on psychosocial and behavioral development. We aim to educate tomorrow’s leaders with a guided study of child and adolescent health and wellbeing. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with important areas in school or community environments including, but not limited to, nutritional health, physical activity, respiratory health, oral health, and mental health. We will pay close attention to social determinants of health with the significance of family and community impact on children and adolescents. Lastly, we will explore relationships between human behaviors and health, and examine the effects of interventions on health outcomes.14323HONR39872S3Honors Research Seminar: Health for Children and AdolescentsR02:00 PM-04:30 PM15Linda M Gibson-Young01/06-04/30HALEY 2124F2F Flexible
This course will expose students to hands-on research experience on several cutting-edge biomedical research techniques including cell culture, transfection, site-directed mutagenesis, ligand binding assay, confocal microscopy, flow cytometry, western blotting, and radioimmunoassay.16515HONR39873S3Honors Research Seminar: Genomics and Personalized MedicineM02:00 PM-04:30 PM8Ya-Xiong Tao01/06-04/30HALEY 2332F2F Required

Honors Core and Departmental Courses

Description SubjectCourse #SecCRNCourse NameDayTimeLab DayLab TimeCredit HrsLocationProfessorCAPACTREMType
This course will focus on numerous elements of oral communication - public speaking, group communication and interpersonal communication. This is different from a typical speech class that focuses solely on public speaking.COMM1007114732Honors Public SpeakingTR12:30 pm-01:45 pm3HALEY 2212Jennifer McCullars Johnson (P)25025Online Synchronous
Economic principles emphasizing scarcity and choice, consumer behavior, supply and demand, markets, production and cost, globalization of markets, role of government, and market and government failure.ECON2027212907Honors Principles of MicroeconomicsTR11:00 pm-12:15 pm3HALEY 2182John T Bryant (P)30030F2F required
Economic principles emphasizing economic aggregates, including measuring economic performance, macroeconomic theory, inflation and unemployment, money and banking, and fiscal and monetary policy.ECON2037114890Honors Principles of MacroeconomicsTR12:30 pm-01:45 pm3MILLR 207Gilad Moshe Sorek (P)25025F2F flexible
English Composition Core. Emphasis on research.ENGL1127EA10268Honors Writing Seminar IIMWF9:00 am-9:50 am3LIBRY 3035Franklin D Walters (P)20020Blended Flexible
English Composition Core. Emphasis on research.ENGL1127EA116210Honors Writing Seminar IIMWF10:00 am-10:50 am3LIBRY 3035Franklin D Walters (P)20020Blended Flexible
Culturally diverse readings in world literature from c. 1600 to the present.ENGL2217112330Honors World Literature after 1600MWF11:00 am-11:50 am3TBAPhillip Leon Beard (P)25025Online Synchronous
Culturally diverse readings in world literature from c. 1600 to the present.ENGL2217212678Honors World Literature after 1600MWF12:00 pm-12:50 pm3TBAPhillip Leon Beard (P)25025Online Synchronous
Spatial and locational context for analyzing change in the contemporary world, including elements of both physical and cultural environments.GEOG1017111892Honors Global GeographyMWF10:00 am-10:50 am3TBAJamie Lauren Worms (P)35035Online Synchronous
A survey of world history from early humanity to the late 18th century.HIST1017117099Honors World History IMWF10:00 am-10:50 am3LIBRY 3129Perry A Colvin (P)24024F2F required
Survey of world history since the Industrial Revolution.HIST1027115282Honors World History IIMWF12:00 pm-12:50 pm3LIBRY 3129Perry A Colvin (P)24024F2F required
Survey of world history since the Industrial Revolution.HIST1027210613Honors World History IIMWF2:00 pm-2:50 pm3LIBRY 4129Perry A Colvin (P)24024F2F required
History Core. Survey of the role of technology from the Industrial Revolution to the present day.HIST1227113034Honors Technology and Civilization IIM1:00 pm-1:50 pmWF11:00 am-11:50 pm3TBA/LOWDR 27Michael G Kozuh (P)23023Blended Required
Orientation in the art of listening. Outstanding composers and musical composition. No previous music training required.MUSI2737EA111368Honors Appreciation of MusicTR12:30 pm-01:45 pm3GOODW 102Adam C Spurlin (P)35035F2F required
Orientation in the art of listening. Outstanding composers and musical composition. No previous music training required.MUSI2737EA213463Honors Appreciation of MusicTR02:00 pm-03:15 pm3GOODW 102David H Odom (P)35035F2F required
Orientation in the art of listening. Outstanding composers and musical composition. No previous music training required.MUSI2737EA316578Honors Appreciation of MusicTR09:30 am-10:45 am3GOODW 102Matthew P Wood (P)35035F2F required
Fine Arts Core. Survey of popular music styles from the late 19th century to the present day. No previous music training requiredMUSI2747EA118849Honors Survey of Popular MusicMWF11:00 am-11:50 am3SCC 118Stephen N Kunzer (P)30030F2F required
Fine Arts Core. Survey of popular music styles from the late 19th century to the present day. No previous music training requiredMUSI2747EA218850Honors Survey of Popular MusicTR11:00 pm-12:15 pm3GOODW 102Jilla R Roberts (P)30030F2F required
Basic logical principles and applications: definition, informal fallacies, categorical logic, elementary propositional logic, analogy, and selected inductive inferences.PHIL1017114623Honors LogicTR2:00 pm-2:50 pm3HALEY 3326G Michael Watkins (P)26026F2F flexible
Major ethical theories from the history of philosophy, their foundations in epistemology and metaphysics, and their extension into social thought.PHIL1027111536Honors EthicsTR09:30 am-10:45 am3HALEY 3326Arata Hamawaki (P)26026F2F flexible
Humanities Core. Ethical inquiry into such major issues as abortion, eugenics, physician-assisted suicide, euthanasia, health-care delivery methods, and informed consent.PHIL1037118789Honors Ethics and the Health SciencesTR12:30 pm-01:45 pm3HALEY 3226Nils-Hennes Stear (P)35035F2F required
Examination of current trends toward globalization in institutional development to address world problems.POLI1057115490Honors Global Politics and IssuesTR12:30 pm-01:45 pm3HALEY 2346Peter Bentley White (P)19019F2F flexible
American political institutions, processes and behavior in comparative context, with special attention to the ways in which cultural and social diversity in the United States has impacted its politics.POLI1097118732Honors American Government in Multicultural WorldMWF2:00 pm-2:50 pm3LOWDR 34Charles Elvis Davis20020F2F flexible
Introduction to the various subfields of psychology such as developmental, biological, cognitive, clinical, and social psychology.PSYC2017113889Honors Introduction to PsychologyMWF9:00 am-9:50 am3TBASara R Driskell (P)25025Online Synchronous
Introduction to the various subfields of psychology such as developmental, biological, cognitive, clinical, and social psychology.PSYC2017213890Honors Introduction to PsychologyTR12:30 pm-01:45 pm3TBAAlejandro Amadeo Lazarte (P)25025Online Synchronous
Principles and fundamentals of biology at the organismal level.BIOL1037EA110467Honors Organismal BiologyMWF08:00 am-08:50 amW01:00 pm-02:50 pm4SCC 118/SCL 223James Warren Zanzot (P)16016F2F flexible
Principles and fundamentals of biology at the organismal level.BIOL1037EA210468Honors Organismal BiologyMWF08:00 am-08:50 amW03:00 pm-04:50 pm4SCC 118/SCL 223James Warren Zanzot (P)16016F2F flexible
Principles and fundamentals of biology at the organismal level.BIOL1037EA312236Honors Organismal BiologyMWF08:00 am-08:50 amW05:00 pm-06:50 pm4SCC 118/SCL 223James Warren Zanzot (P)16016F2F flexible
Principles and fundamentals of biology at the organismal level.BIOL1037EA413618Honors Organismal BiologyMWF10:00 am-10:50 amW01:00 pm-02:50 pm4SCC 118/SCL 223James Warren Zanzot (P)16016F2F flexible
Principles and fundamentals of biology at the organismal level.BIOL1037EA513619Honors Organismal BiologyMWF10:00 am-10:50 amW03:00 pm-04:50 pm4SCC 118/SCL 223James Warren Zanzot (P)16016F2F flexible
Principles and fundamentals of biology at the organismal level.BIOL1037EA613620Honors Organismal BiologyMWF10:00 am-10:50 amW05:00 pm-06:50 pm4SCC 118/SCL 223James Warren Zanzot (P)16016F2F flexible
Science Core. General chemistry for students in the honors program. Topics similar to CHEM 1120, but covered in more depth.CHEM1127EA110275Honors General Chemistry IIMWF11:00 am-11:50 am3TBAJordan T Harshman (P)70070Blended required
Science Core. Laboratory experiments emphasizing course material in CHEM 1127.CHEM1128110277Honors General Chemistry II LaboratoryT12:30 pm-03:15 pm1SCL 306Nida Aksara McKee (P)24024F2F required
Science Core. Laboratory experiments emphasizing course material in CHEM 1127.CHEM1128210278Honors General Chemistry II LaboratoryT03:30 pm-06:15 pm1SCL 306Nida Aksara McKee (P)24024F2F required
Science Core. Laboratory experiments emphasizing course material in CHEM 1127.CHEM1128312493Honors General Chemistry II LaboratoryR12:30 pm-03:15 pm1SCL 306Nida Aksara McKee (P)24024F2F required
Organic chemistry for students in the honors program and Chemistry & Biochemistry majors. Topics similar to CHEM 2080, but covered in more depth. CHEM2087113871Honors Organic Chemistry IIMWF09:00 am-09:50 am3SCC 115Ming Chen (P)48048F2F required
Laboratory experiments emphasizing course material in CHEM 2087.CHEM2088113876Honors Organic Chemistry II LaboratoryT03:30 pm-06:20 pm1SCL 406Veselin Ruychev (P)24024F2F required
Laboratory experiments emphasizing course material in CHEM 2087.CHEM2088213877Honors Organic Chemistry II LaboratoryW12:00 pm-02:50 pm1SCL 406Veselin Ruychev (P)24024F2F required
General physical geology for Honors students and Geology majors. GEOL1107114941Honors Dynamic EarthMWF10:00 am-10:50 am4SCA 101David Dulany Brink-Roby20020Online Synchronous
General physical geology lab for Honors students and for Geology majors.GEOL1108114942Honors Dynamic Earth LaboratoryW05:00 pm-06:50 pm0COLSM 2093aBrennan Martin van Alderwerelt20020F2F flexible
Physical and biological history of the Earth, with emphasis on the interaction between life, the atmosphere, rocks, and oceans. For Honors students and Geology majors. Science Core.GEOL1117118806Honors Earth and Life through TimeMWF3:00 pm-3:50 pm4TBAJohn Alexander Fronimos (P)12012Online Synchronous
General historical geology for Honors students and Geology majors. Topics similar to those in GEOL 1111 but covered in greater depth. Science Core.GEOL1118118807Honors Earth and Life Through Time LaboratoryW5:00 pm-6:50 pm0COLSM 2093BMarilyn Browning Vogel (P)12012F2F flexible
Science Core. Honors version of PHYS 1610.PHYS1617110842Honors Physics IIMWF09:00 am-09:50 amR12:30 pm-03:20 pm4PARKR 319Michael R Fogle (P)12012F2F required
Science Core. Honors version of PHYS 1610.PHYS1617210843Honors Physics IIMWF09:00 am-09:50 amR03:30 pm-06:20 pm4PARKR 319Michael R Fogle (P)12012F2F required
Science Core. Honors version of PHYS 1610.PHYS1617312437Honors Physics IIMWF09:00 am-09:50 amR07:00 pm-09:50 pm4PARKR 319Michael R Fogle (P)12012F2F required
The same material as MATH 1620, but in greater depth appropriate for honors students.MATH16279012747Honors Calculus IIMWF09:00 am-09:50 amT09:30 am-10:20 am4TBAThomas Richard Whitt (P)33033Online Synchronous
The same material as MATH 1620, but in greater depth appropriate for honors students.MATH162710010472Honors Calculus IIMWF10:00 am-10:50 amR09:30 am-10:20 am4SCC 122/PARKER 249Lisa Dingler Peterson24024F2F required
The same material as MATH 1620, but in greater depth appropriate for honors students.MATH162713014238Honors Calculus IIMWF11:00 am-11:50 amT11:00 am-12:15 pm4SCC 122/PARKER 249Dmitry Vladimirovich Glotov (P)24024F2F required
The same material as MATH 2630, but in greater depth appropriate for honors students. MATH26379012761Honors Calculus IIIMWF09:00 am-09:50 amT09:30 am-10:20 am4SCC 122/PARKER 249Selim Sukhtaiev (P)24024F2F required
Sustainability and social responsibility provide a framework for the study of cultural, commercial, and aesthetic factors influencing the selection and usage of consumer products and services that create and express social identity. CADS2007113407Honors Global Consumer CultureTR8:00 am-9:45 am3SPIDL 220Abbi-Storm McCann (P)10010F2F required
Study of wealth and philanthropic theories, principles, and applications as it applies in gender.CADS3707EA113417Gender, Wealth and PhilanthropyTR02:00 pm-03:15 pm3MELL 4510F2F required
COUN2007119425Honors Living and Communicating in a Diverse SocietyTR9:30 am-10:45 am3HALEY 1212Fatemah H A M Alqadfan18018
Review of grammatical structures, development of reading and writing skills, and increased understanding of Hispanic cultures.FLSP2017116343Honors Intermediate Spanish IMWF09:00 am-09:50 am4Vivian C Saravia Holland (P)25025Online synchronous
Continued review of grammatical structures, development of reading and writing skills, and increased understanding of Hispanic culturesFLSP2027115410Honors Intermediate Spanish IIMWF10:00 am-10:50 am4Vivian C Saravia Holland (P)25025Online synchronous
Developing skills in written and spoken German. German grammar and syntax, vocabulary building. German phonology. Fall.FLGR3017EA117104Beg German Comp ConversationMWF11:00 am-11:50 am3HALEY 2213Anja Werth (P)Blended Flexible
ntroduction of linguistic principles governing mechanics of spoken German; emphasizes English-German contrast and pronunciation difficulties; further development of conversation skills.FLGR3037118953Advanced German Composition and ConversatioMWF12:00 pm-12:50 pm3TBAIulia Pittman (P)Online synchronous
 Department approval required. Designed for those in academic jeopardy, this course assists students in identifying issues impacting academic success and developing strategies to affect positive change. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 2 credit hours.UNIV1067HON14944Honors Success Strategies IIMW03:00 pm-03:50 pm2AUBIE 137Suzanne Price Hunter (P)18018F2F required

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