BIO 1SGE: Drugs, Poisons, Pollutants, and the Human Perception of Risk (3 credit hours):
Section HN: MWF 9:00 - 9:50 a.m. Dr. Andrew Trimble
Meets core credit for natural science.
REL 106: Exploring the Bible (3 credit hours):
Section HN: MWF 11:00 - 11:50 a.m. Dr. Sue Dickson
An introductory study in which students gain an overview of the Bible, engage in literary analysis of Biblical texts and explore the Bible’s
contemporary relevance. College-level writing skills are required. Meets core credit for religion.
COM 101: Human Communication (3 credit hours):
Section HN: MWF 2:00 - 2:50 p.m. Dr. Daniel O'Rourke
This course encompasses communication theory, interpersonal communication, small group common- citation and public speaking. Emphasis is placed on speaking, critical thinking, listening skills. Attention is also paid to nonverbal communication. Meets core credit for communications.
ENG 203: American Literary Experience (3 credit hours): Section HN: TTH 12:15 - 1:30 p.m. Dr. Linda Joyce Brown
This course focuses on a specific problem or question in American society from the colonial period to the present. Possible areas of focus might include Race and Slavery; Nature and the Environment; Freedom, Democracy, and the Individual; Immigration and Nativism; Gender in America; or America at War. Meets core credit for humanities.
MATH 208: Elementary Statistics (3 credit hours)
Section HN: TTH 3:05 - 4:20 p.m. Dr. Christopher Swanson
An introductory course designed to meet the needs of students in biology, business, economics, education, nursing, psychology, and sociology. Sample and theoretical frequency distributions, data dispersion and central tendency, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, and analysis of variance are topics studied. Meets core credit for math/logic.
HON 310: Honors Capstone Preparation Seminar (1 credit hour)
Section A: M 3:00 - 3:50 p.m. Dr. Christopher Swanson Prerequisite: Enrollment in Honors Program; at least junior status
The process of preparing a Capstone Project, including selecting a topic, choosing mentors, preparing a bibliography, constructing a written prospectus, and outlining a timetable for completing the Capstone Project. This course is required for all juniors who plan to complete an Honors Capstone Project their senior year. This course may be taken by conference if there is a scheduling conflict. Graded S/U.
HON 390: Honors Interdisciplinary Seminar (3 credit hours):
Section A: Time to be determined Dr. Christopher Swanson and others to be announced Prerequisite: Enrollment in Honors Program; at least sophomore status
A course devoted to various topics related to the Honors Program mission of challenging the mind and participating in an intellectual community devoted to discussion and dialogue. HON 390 may be repeated once with a different topic. Meets core credit for international perspectives.