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2002SP Undergraduate Day - Honors

Day Division - Semester

HON-102-S01 Reason Vs. Belief   4   1:00PM-2:40PM   TTH   MART 316   J. Feldman
THIS COURSE IS OPEN ONLY TO STUDENTS FORMALLY ACCEPTED INTO HONORS PROGRAM STARTING WITH THE 2000 ACADEMIC YEAR. IT IS A CONTINUATION OF THE FALL COURSE WITH THE SAME TITLE. FRESHMAN STATUS ONLY.

HON-102-S02 Perception & Reality   4   6:15PM-9:15PM   M   MC 110   C. Brant
THIS COURSE IS OPEN ONLY TO STUDENTS FORMALLY ACCEPTED INTO THE HONORS PROGRAM STARTING WITH THE FALL 2001 ACADEMIC YEAR. THIS COURSE IS A CONTINUATION OF THE FALL COURSE WITH THE SAME TITLE.
FRESHMAN STATUS ONLY.
ABOVE IS P.M. DAY TUITION RATES APPLY.

HON-102-S03 Human Fortune: Feast/Famine   4   1:20-2:55PM   MW   KAMM 204   B. Rolleston
THIS COURSE IS OPEN ONLY TO STUDENTS FORMALLY ACCEPTED INTO THE HONORS PROGRAM STARTING WITH THE FALL 2001 ACADEMIC YEAR. IT IS A CONTINUATION OF THE FALL COURSE WITH THE SAME TITLE.

!* GEO-111H-S01 Dynamic Earth - Honors   4   9:55AM-11:10AM   TTH   LES 118   S. Thomas
LAB   3:00PM-5:45PM   W   LES 224
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Oral Communication
The goods and technologies humankind accumulates, and many of our cultural and political perspectives are based on the distribution of Earth's materials.  In this course we want to the students to recognize these connections by focusing on what role Earth's resources played in geology, history, and art.
STUDENTS MUST BE OF AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND ENROLLED IN THE HONORS PROGRAM, OR HAVE AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND A GPA OF AT LEAST 3.5. LAB INCLUDED.

PSY/REL-263H-S01 Search for Meaning   4   1:00PM-3:30PM   T   MART 316   Levin/Gordon
LAB   1:00PM-2:50PM   TH   MART 316
Course Description:  It is the intent of this course to tackle the question of meaning through the use of film and readings in religion, philosophy, and literature.  The topics of consciousness, death, evil, gender, and sexuality, friendship, family, and community will be explored as they relate to the question of meaning.
STUDENTS MUST BE OF AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND ENROLLED IN THE HONORS PROGRAM, OR HAVE AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND A GPA OF AT LEAST 3.5. IT COUNTS AS HUM CREDIT IF ENROLLED IN REL 263 OR SOCIAL SCI CREDIT IF ENROLLED IN PSY 263.

! ENG-336H-S01 Lit of Spirit - Honors   4   8:00AM-9:05AM   MWF   MART 209   S. Upadhyay
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Oral Communication
An inquiry into the nature and manifestations of the spirit as reflected in works of literature from the past to the present, from Laotzu's ancient "The Way of Life" to C. Michael Curtis's anthology of contemporary stories titled, simply, "God."  We'll discuss works reflecting a diverse range of spiritual attitudes and concerns, so an open, explorative attitude is essential.  It's a participation-based course, and students will be asked to examine their own spiritual beliefs in relations to the readings.
STUDENTS MUST BE OF AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND ENROLLED IN THE HONORS PROGRAM, OR HAVE AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND A GPA OF AT LEAST 3.5. THE LITERATURE PREREQUISITES WILL BE SATISFIED FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE HONORS PROGRAM AND WHO HAVE COMPLETED THEIR PHASE I (12 CREDITS) COURSES. OTHERS MUST SATISFY THE ENGLISH PREREQUISITES: 6 HOURS OF LITERATURE AT THE 100 OR 200 LEVEL. 

 

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