General Honors (GH) Classes

General Honors (GH) courses are the heart of the Honors College curriculum and feature small class sizes, dedicated faculty members, interdisciplinary perspectives, active learning and an exciting array of topics. Additional information about these courses can be found by selecting "Honors College" as the subject in the dynamic schedule.

 

Priority Registration

Priority registration for the Spring 2019 semester begins on Monday, November 12. If you have earned fewer than 90 credit hours, you will need to obtain a registration PIN from your academic advisor to take advantage of priority registration as an Honors student and schedule your classes. The Honors College does not distribute PINs. Please plan ahead and schedule a meeting with your academic advisor before the start of priority registration.

 

Spring 2019 Schedule

STATE Honors
GH 101-001: Global Intercultural Encounters

MWF 10:00-10:50 | CRN: 13331

Instructor: Dr. David Nichols

 

GH 101: Classical Cultures of Greece and Rome
GH 101-002: Classical Cultures of Greece and Rome

MWF 11:00-11:50 | CRN: 11439

Instructor: Professor Marilyn Bisch

 

GH 101: Introduction to Musical Traditions
GH 101-003: Introduction to Musical Traditions

MWF 8:00-8:50 | CRN: 11440 | NOTE: OPEN TO MUSIC MAJORS & MINORS

Instructor: Dr. Terry Dean

 

GH 101: Summer of 1982
GH 101-401: Summer of 1982: A Critical Look at the Greatest Summer of Cinema

W 6:30-9:15 | CRN: 12991

Instructor: Professor Matt Bird

 

GH 201: Studies in Epic Literature
GH 201-001: Introduction to the Great Works: Studies in Epic Literature

TR 9:30-10:45 | CRN: 11441

Instructor: Dr. Donald Shorter

 

GH 201: Introduction to the Great Works: Heroic JourneysGH 201-002: Introduction to the Great Works: Heroic Journeys

MWF 10:00-10:50 | CRN: 13427

Instructor: Professor Marilyn Bisch

 

GH 201: Introduction to the Great Works: Asian PhilosophyGH 201-003: Introduction to the Great Works: Asian Philosophy

TR 11:00-12:15 | CRN: 11442

Instructor: Dr. Ralph Leck

 

GH 201: Lost LiteratureGH 201-004: Introduction to the Great Works: "Lost" Literature

TR 9:30-10:45 | CRN: 11617

Instructor: Dr. Kevin Bolinger

 

GH 201: Introduction to the Modern Great WorksGH 201-005: Introduction to the Modern Great Works

MW 3:00-4:15 | CRN: 12235

Instructor: Dr. Arthur Feinsod

 

GH 201: Lost Literature
GH 201-006: Introduction to the Great Works: "Lost" Literature

TR 11:00-12:15 | CRN: 13723

Instructor: Dr. Kevin Bolinger

 

STATE Honors
GH 301-001: Take the Lead

TR 9:30-10:45 | CRN: 12052

Instructor: Dr. Steve Gruenert

 

GH 301: History of the Book

GH 301-002: Clay to Kindle: A History of the Book

TR 11:00-12:15 | CRN: 12895

Instructor: Professor Matt Bird

 

GH 301: Critical Studies of the HolocaustGH 301-004: Critical Studies of the Holocaust

TR 2:00-3:15 | CRN: 13426

Instructors: Dr. Ann Rider & Dr. Ralph Leck

 

GH 301: Greek and Latin Roots of the English LanguageGH 301-005: Greek and Latin Roots of the English Language

MWF 10:00-10:50 | CRN: 11443

Instructor: Dr. Donald Shorter

 

STATE HonorsGH 301-006: Gender, Race, and Nation

TR 2:00-3:15 | CRN: 13357

Instructor: Dr. Namita Goswami

 

GH 301: Symmetry: Math, Science, and ArtGH 301-007: Symmetry: Math, Science, and Art

MWF 2:00-2:50 | CRN: 12947

Instructor: Dr. Liz Brown

 

GH 301: Politics, Ethics and Pop CultureGH 301-008: Politics, Ethics and Pop Culture

TR 2:00-3:15 | CRN: 12992

Instructor: Dr. Linda Maule

 

GH 301: International Politics in the 21st CenturyGH 301-009: International Politics in the 21st Century

MWF 11:00-11:50 | CRN: 12995

Instructor: Dr. Michael Chambers

 

STATE Honors
GH 301-010: Minds, Machines, and Cognition

MWF 12:00-12:50 | CRN: 12993

Instructor: Dr. Steven Harris

 

STATE HonorsGH 301-014: Gender Stratification

MWF 10:00-10:50 | CRN: 12994

Instructor: Dr. Amanda Lubold

 

STATE Honors
GH 301-016: Feminist Philosophies

TR 12:30-1:45 | CRN: 13667

Instructor: Dr. Namita Goswami

 

STATE Honors
GH 301-017: Gender and Theory

MWF 1:00-1:50 | CRN: 13041

Instructor: Dr. Katherine Lee

 

GH 301: Global Healthcare ChallengesGH 301-402: Global Healthcare Challenges

This course is only open to students participating in a Timmy Global Health trip to Ecuador.

Instructor: Dr. Eric Glendening

 

GH 301: Global Healthcare Challenges
GH 301-403: Global Healthcare Challenges

This course is only open to students participating in a Timmy Global Health trip to Ecuador.

Instructor: Dr. Eric Glendening

 

STATE HonorsGH 401-001: Honors Thesis

Independent Study | CRN: 10592

Instructor: Dr. Greg Bierly