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AML 2010H
HONORS SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE I (3).

3 hours per week. (Gordon Rule).
Prerequisite: Admission to the Community of Scholars program or permission of instructor. May be taken for credit without AML 2022.
Corequisite: ENC 1102.
This course is designed for students capable of intensive study and discussion of a variety of representative selections from American literature including poetry, fiction and non-fictional prose by major authors (such as Bradstreet, Poe, Melville, Emerson and Thoreau) from the beginning years of America through the nineteenth century. Selective admission.

ENL 2000
HONORS ENGLISH LITERATURE (3).

3 hours lecture/discussion per week. (Gordon Rule).
Prerequisites: Admission to the Community of Scholars honors program or permission of instructor.
Corequisite: ENC 1102.
This course is designed for students capable of intensive study and discussion of a variety of representative selections from English literature, including works by Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Johnson, Pope, Wordsworth, Shelley, Byron, Tennyson and T.S. Eliot. Selective admission.

SPC 2608H
HONORS EFFECTIVE SPEAKING (3).

3 hours per week.
Prerequisite: Admission to the Community of Scholars honors program or permission of instructor.
This course is designed for students capable of intensive study into the historical aspects of speech communication, preparations of speeches addressing principles of argumentation and debate, and preparation and delivery of speeches that investigate the principles of reasoning and motivating, as well as the analytical skills needed to construct arguments and refutation.

HUMANITIES

 

 

HUM 2310H
HONORS MYTHOLOGICAL SYMBOLISM IN ART, PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION (3).

3 hours per week. (Gordon Rule).
Prerequisite: Admission to the Community of Scholars program, students with a 3.5 or higher GPA, or permission of instructor.
An intensive study, specifically for honors students, into the identification, underlying meaning, and dynamic relation of mythological symbols in art, philosophy and religion.

HUM 2532H
HONORS WESTERN IDEOLOGIES: RENAISSANCE-20TH CENTURY (3).

3 hours per week. (Gordon Rule).
Prerequisite: Admission to the Community of Scholars program, students with 3.5 or higher GPA, or permission of instructor.
Designed for honors students, this course involves an in-depth study, analysis and discussion of the major writings from the medieval period to the present that have shaped the thinking and expression of our Western culture.

REL 2300H
HONORS COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS (3)

3 hours per week. (Gordon Rule).
Prerequisite: Admission to the Community of Scholars program, students with 3.5 or higher GPA, or permission of instructor.
An introduction to the major religions of the world, designed especially for honors students. Careful readings of primary texts will be emphasized.

SCIENCE/MATH/TECHNOLOGY

 

 

ISC 1004
INTEGRATED NATURAL SCIENCE (3).

3 hours per week.
This course is designed to explore the frontiers of science. Students examine current scientific research and developments in both the physical and biologocal sciences. In this course students will have an opportunity to work with many of the science faculty which will provide an optimum environment for scientific inquiry and understanding.

CGS 1062
COMPUTERS IN SOCIETY-HONORS (3).

3 hours per week. (Gordon Rule).
An examination of the influence of computers on various aspects of society with emphasis on the contemporary impact of technology and future trends. Common microcomputer applications will also be explored.

PSY 2012H
HONORS GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (3)
This course is designed for students capable of intensive investigation into the study of behavior, classical experiments, major contributors, and current trends in psychology. Course includes computer simulations, requires research and completion of a Gordon Rule requirement.

STA 2023H
HONORS STATISTICAL METHODS (3).

3 hours per week.
Prerequisite: MAT 1033 with a grade of "C" or better.
A study of descriptive statistics, probability theory, random variables, hypothesis tests, confidence, intervals, beta errors, and comparison of two sample means.

SOCIAL SCIENCES

 

 

SLS 2261
HONORS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (3).

3 hours per week. (Gordon Rule).
This course is for individuals who wish to develop their leadership skills. It is designed to aid students in increasing their understanding of themselves, and the theories and techniques of leadership and group processes. Topics include using logic and creativity in decision making, resolving conflict, time management, and leadership ethics.

WOH 2012H
HONORS WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I (3).

3 hours per week.
Prerequisite: Admission to the Community of Scholars program, students with a 3.5 or higher GPA, or permission of instructor.
An interpretive introduction to the events, ideas, movements and literature of the ancient and medieval world. This course will be conducted in seminar form and students are expected to read and write extensively.

WOH 2022H
HONORS WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II (3).

3 hours per week.
Prerequisite: Admission to the Community of Scholars program, students with a 3.5 or higher GPA, or permission of instructor.
An interpretive introduction to the events, ideas, movements and literature of modern world history. This course will be conducted in seminar form and students are expected to read and write extensively.

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