General honors (GH) classes


Previously Offered general honors (GH) classes

General Honors (GH) courses are the heart of the University Honors Program curriculum and feature small class sizes, dedicated faculty members, interdisciplinary perspectives, active learning and an exciting array of topics. These classes can be accessed by searching under University Honors in the catalog. The following are examples of General Honors (GH) courses that has been offered in the past. These courses may or may not be offered again.

gh101: Honors Seminar: Contemporary Issues

                   
         
  Civic Agency

  Cold War Culture
  Coming of Age
 
  The Graphic Narrative: The Art of (re)Telling a Story   Introduction to Musical Traditions
 
                   
         
  Issues in Health Care Delivery

 
  La Femme Fatale: Gender, Representation, and the Arts   Love from the Bourgeois to the Modern 
 
  Perspectives on the Concept of Family  

  Poverty, Hunger, and Homelessness 
 
  GH 101: Talking About Politics        
   Talking About Politics
  The 2012 Presidential Campaign   Richard Nixon and the Watergate Era    Sudden Death In Sports   When Culture Changed Everything
                   

 

GH201: Introduction To The Great Works

                   
      Heroic Journeys    
   Introduction to the Ancient Great Works: Wisdom
 
     Introduction to the Great Works: Asian Philosophy
 
  Introduction to the Great Works: Heroic Journeys
 
  Introduction to the Great Works: "Lost" Literature
 
  Introduction to the Great Works: Television Culture

 

GH301: Honors Junior Seminar

                   
         
  A Tale of Two Cities: Paris and Berlin   The Aeneid
 
 
  The American South
 
  Climate and Evolution
  Critical Studies of the Latino Diaspora
                   
        Gender and Theory  
   Data-Driven Decision Making
 
  Fall of the Roman Republic
 
  Gender and Sexuality 
  
  Gender and Theory 
 
  The Gothic Psyche in Fiction and Film
                   
      GH 301    
   Greek and Latin Roots of the English Language
 
  Impact of the Theory of Evolution

 
  Inspiration and Innovation: Creativity as an Agent of Change   Introduction to Nanoscience


 
  Julius Caesar and Western Europe

 
                   
         
  Legend and Belief

  Medieval Chivalry and Courtly Love    The Middle East - The Islamic Centuries
  Oscar Wilde

 
  Prohibition: Morals, Policy, and Behavior
                   
        Visualizing the American Journey  
  The Quest for Democracy
 
  Russia Under the Tsars
 
  Symmetry: Math, Science, and Art   Visualizing the American Journey   The Young Romantics