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  FALL 2014 HONORS COURSES
 

Upper Level:

ES 492-501 - Honors Earth Sciences Seminar (Planetary Geology), W 6-8:30 pm (Doug Haywick)
MGT 490-101 - Legal Issues-H, MWF 12:20-1:10 (Kelly Woodford)
MGT 490-102 - Leadership-H, MWF 9:05-9:55 (David Turnipseed)
EH 490-101 - Health & Healing Lit. Film-H - TR. 3:30-4:45 (Cristopher Hollingsworth)
BLY 490-104 - Look at the Forest-H, W 1:25-4:00 (Adrienne Cooper)

 

Lower Level:

Honors Physics

PH 114.103 Physics w/Alg-Trig I, MTWF 10:10-11:00 Romulas Godang

PH 114L.103 Alg-Trig Based Physics I , M 11:10 -2:00 Marija Novovic

PH 202.103 Cal-Based Physics II-C,  MWF 11:15 - 12:05 Jacob Burress

PH 202L.103 Cal-Based Physics II Lab,  M 1:20 - 4:10 Michael Boleman

Honors Statistics: Stat Reason & Applic.

St 210-111        MWF  12:20 - 1:10 (Rajarshi Dey)

Honors Freshman English: Honors Composition

EH 105.101       MWF     9:05 –   9:55 (Ann M. Guzy)

EH 105.102        T&R    11:00 – 12:15 (Cristopher Hollingsworth)

EH 105.103       MWF   10:10 – 11:00 (Ellen Burton Harrington)

Honors History: US History to 1877

HY 135.108      MWF     1:25 –   2:15 (Marsha Hamilton)

Honors Biology: General Biology I Lab

BLY 121L.112      M       10:10 – 12:40 (Anne Boettcher)

Honors Chemistry: General Chemistry I Lab

CH 131L.107      W        8:00 – 10:30 (Richard Sykora)

Honors Math: Calculus I

MA 125.111          MWF     1:25 –   2:50 (TBA)

MA 125.501           T&R      4:30 –   5:45 (TBA)

                                W        4:40 -    5:30

Honors Communication: Public Speaking

CA 110.101          T&R      8:00 –   9:15 (April Dupree-Taylor)

CA 110.102          T&R      8:00 –   9:15 (Katherine B. Rigsby)

Honors Computer & Information Sciences

CIS 250.803      Adv. Apps.      TBA             TBA       (David Feinstein)

CIS 401.101      Acc. Prog.     MWF   10:10 – 11:00 (David K. Lynn)

 

  SPRING 2014 HONORS COURSES
 
Lower Level:
MA 126-105, Calculus II, 2:30 - 3:40, MWF, Susan Gayle Williams
EH 216-109, Survey of British Literature II, 12:30 - 1:45, TR, Steven Trout
HY 136-106, U.S. History since 1877, 11:00 - 12:15, TR, Henry McKiven
ST 210-113, Statistics Reasoning & Applications, 2:00 - 3:15, TR, Bin Wang
CIS 250-757, Adv Computer Applications, 9:30 - 10:45, R, Maureen Stakelum Van Devender
PSC 101-501, Intro to Political Science, 6 - 8:30 pm, M, Mir Zohair Husain
PH 115-103, Physics Alg. Trig. II, 10:10 - 11:00, MWF & 9:30 - 10:20, T, Romulus Godang
PH 115L-103, Alg. Trig Based Physics II Lab, 2:10 - 5:00 W, Michael Boleman
PH 201-103, Calculus Based Physics I, 11:15 - 12:05, MWF & 9:30 - 10:20, T, Jacob Burress

PH 201L-103, Calculus Based Physics I Lab, 11:10 - 2:00, T, Marija Novovic

 

Upper Level:
ST 490-101, Survival Analysis, 11:15 - 12:05, MWF, Rajarshi Dey
HY 390-102, Mardi Gras, 3:00 - 5:30, W, Clarence Mohr
ARH 390-101, Greek & Roman Religion, 2:00 - 3:15 TR, Kara Burns

HON 201-105, Honors Sophomore Experience, 2:00 - 3:00, T, Dr. Doran
HON 301-103, Intro Senior Honors Project, 1:25 - 2:25, W, Marsha Hamilton
HON 301-104, Intro Senior Honors Project, 4:00 - 5:00, M, Michael Spector

Also, Biology 122L can be contracted as an Honors class.

 

  SPRING 2013 HONORS COURSES
 

Lower level H courses:
HY 136.105 US History Since 1877 - H,CRN 20131, TR 11-12:15
EH 216.109 Survey of British Lit II - H, CRN 24574, TR 12:30 - 1:45
ST 210.113 Stat Reason & Applic.- H, CRN 22747, TR 12:30 - 1:45
CIS 250.757 Advanced Comp. App-Honors, CRN 24496, R 9:30 - 10:45,
MA 126.106 Calculus II -H, CRN 24023, MWF 2:30 - 3:40
MA 126.107 Calculus II -H, CRN 24398, TR 2 - 3:15, & W 4 - 4:50
PH 201.103, Cal-Based Phys-I-C-H, CRN 21176, MWF 11:15-12.05,
and T 9:30 - 10:20
PH 201L.103 Calculus-Based Phys I Lab-H, CRN 21183T 11:15-2:05

Upper level:
ES 492.101 Hon Sem-Sci in the Movies , CRN 24257, TR 3:30 - 4:45, PSC 490.501 Sp. Topic-Seminar on India (H), CRN 24410, T 6 - 8:30 pm
HY 390.102 Sp. Top-Mardi Gras-H, CRN 23996, W 3 - 5:30
EH 490.502 SpTop-H-The Hero’s Journey,CRN 24575 MWF 10:10 - 11:00
HON 201.105, Hon Sophomore Experience-H CRN 23093, T 2:00 - 3:00
HON 301.103, Intro Senior Honors Project-H, CRN 22401, W 1:25 - 2:25
HON 301.104, Intro Senior Honors Project-H, CRN 21125, M 4 :00 - 5:00

 

PAWS Class Schedule

  FALL 2012 HONORS COURSES
 

Lower Division Electives

HY 135 Dr Hamilton 11:15 am - 12:05 pm MWF PAWS
CA 110 will have 2 sections taught in lecture mode on campus for H credit.

1) 11:00 am - 12:15 pm TR PAWS

2) 8:00 am - 9:15 am TR PAWS


CIS 250 will have an on-line H section

ONLINE PAWS

Upper Division Seminars

EH490/CA 490 is being offered TR 2pm the EH 490 needs to add the H designation to title.

IS 490 is being offered TR 3:30pm
CH 490 is being offered MW 8am. Also, the lab is listed as CH 494 directed study section 112 F 2:30pm and also needs the H added to the title.

  SPRING 2012 HONORS COURSES
  Lower Division Electives
SY 109 Doug Marshall MWF 9:05 PAWS
EH 216 C Hollingsworth MWF 12:20 PAWS
HY 136 M Devore MWF 1:25 PAWS
ST 210 Rainosek MWF 10:10 PAWS
ST 210 Wang TR 2:00 PAWS
CIS 250 Whitson WEB PAWS

Upper Division Seminars
PHL 390 Poston TR 11 PAWS
MGT 490 Woodford 1st Amendment and Business MWF 11:15
PAWS

 

Each USA Honors student must complete at least two Honors Seminars during their four-year undergraduate studies. Seminars are on varying topics, intended to enrich the educational experience of participants.

   
   
  Current Course Offerings
  Required Core Courses
 
Course Title Professor Syllabus
HON 101 Forbes Download
HON 201 Doran Download
HON 301 Spector Download
HON 301 Shelley-Tremblay Download

 

  Upper Division Seminar Courses
 

These courses have been offered within the past two years, and may be offered in the near future.

 

Course Title Professor Syllabus
Creativity, Narrative, and Problem Solving Doran, Shelley-Tremblay, McLaughlin, Coleman Download
Philosophies of Liberation Loomis Download
Game Theory & Philosophy Poston Download
Science in the Movies Haywick Download
Criminal Mischief Harrington Download
The First World War in Literature and Film Trout Download
The Hero's Journey Guzy Download

 

 

Course Offerings

These courses have bee offered within the past several years, and provide a sample of the diverse topics and disciplies explored by our students.


Ancient Roman Culture – Coker, PHL/Houston, HS
College Life: Universities and Society in Modern America – Mohr, HY
Contested Identities – Shlensky, EH
Creativity, Talent and Intelligence – Silver, MA
Criminal Mischief – Harrington, EH
Dead Sea Scrolls – Coker, PHL/Stout, Biology
Gerontology – Hanks, SY
Greek Mythology – Coker/MacLaughlin, PHL/EH
Honors: 20th Century Political Philosophy – Coker/Fishman, PHL/PSC
Horror in the Disciplines – Guzy, EH
Literature and Medicine – Walker, EH
Literature of Technology and Destruction – Beason, EH
Medicinal Chemistry, - Forbes, CH
Nature/Human Nature – Marshall, SY
Normal Brain and Disordered Behavior – Itaya, BMD
Philosophy and Literature of Friendship – Coker/Matheson, PHL/EH
Reason, Religion, and Race in Colonial American Literature – Cesarini, EH
The Body and Technology – Comstock, EH
The Culture of Horror – Guzy, EH
Tropical Storms – Fearn, Haywick, Kimball, ES
 
  Resources for Instructors
  Syllabus Checklist
  Example CV
  Upper Seminar Proposals
 
   

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