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"Honors variants" are versions of introductory courses in the General Education Program. Honors variants are distinguished by small class size; an emphasis on active learning experiences, such as simulations and projects; and attempts to engage students, faculty, and administrators in collaborative learning.
Most Honors variants are offered once per academic year. See notation below for the semester each variant is offered. Departmental commitments may require changes in the schedule of course offerings.
Variants and the semester(s) offered:
Honors: Art Appreciation, ART 111 (Fall and Spring)
Honors: Introduction to Computer Science, COSC 111 (Fall)
Honors: Principles of Macro-Economics, ECON 211 (Fall)
Honors: Freshman Composition, ENGL 111 (Fall and Spring)
Honors: Comparative Literature, ENGL 250 (Spring)
Honors: Advanced Composition, ENGL 312 (Spring)
Honors: Physical Geography, GEOG 113 (Fall)
Honors: Human Geography, GEOG 114 (Spring)
Honors: The Contemporary World in Historical Perspective, HIST 111 (Fall)
Honors: First-Year Colloquium, IDIS 151 (Spring, with multiple topics)
Honors: Elements of Applied Probability and Statistics, MATH 110 (Spring)
Honors: Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL 111 (Fall)
Honors: Introduction to American Politics, POSC 112 (Fall)
Honors: Introduction to World Politics, POSC 114 (Spring)
Honors: General Psychology, PSYC 151 (Spring)
Honors: Introduction to Sociology, SOCI 111 (Fall)