University Honors Program

University Honors Program

Special Quarter Courses Approved as Honors Seminars

The quarter courses listed below count as honors experiences for students who entered the University Honors Program in 07A or after. All of these courses can count towards your required honors experiences.

There is not a list of courses like this on semesters. On semesters, any course with the honors attribute counts as an honors seminar (except for the Gateway to University Honors course, HNRS1010).

The courses listed below count as general honors hours for students who entered the program in or before 07U. These courses do not count as special topics hours.

Course Number Course Title Number of Experiences Quarter Typically Offered

15ANTH302
(when taught by
Dr. Katherine Whitcome)

Primate Locomotion One Spring
15ANTH404
(when taught by
Dr. Katherine Whitcome)
Human Structure One Fall
15CHEM102H & 112H
(taken together)
First Year Honors Chemistry & First Year Honors Chemistry Lab One Not offered in 2010-11.
15CHEM103H & 113H
(taken together)
First Year Honors Chemistry & First Year Honors Chemistry Lab One Not offered in 2010-11.
15CHEM212H & 213H Honors Organic Chemistry Lab One
(taking both courses counts for one experience)
Winter (212H) and Spring (213H)
15CHEM444H Inorganic Synthesis One Spring
15CLAS110H
(only when taught by Kathleen Lynch)
Introduction to Classical Civilization One Fall
15COMM176H Introduction to Interpersonal Communication One TBD (not offered since fall 2008)
15ENGL289H Honors Intermediate Composition One Autumn, Winter and Spring
15GEOG126H World Regional Geography: Asia          One Varies
15MATH251H*
(beginning Autumn 2008)
Honors Calculus I One* Autumn
15MATH252H*
(beginning Winter 2009)
Honors Calculus II One* Winter
15MATH253H*
(beginning Autumn 2010)
Honors Calculus III One* Autumn
15MATH254H*
(beginning in Winter 2011) 
Honors Calculus & Analytical Geometry I One* Winter
15PHYS202H & 212H Honors General Physics II & Lab One Winter
15PHYS203H & 213H Honors General Physics III & Lab One Spring
15PHYS351 Intermediate Physics I One Autumn
15PSYC394 Student Community Involvement Program (SCIP) Fieldwork Practicum One
(only counts if the course is taken with Dr. Ghee and for at least three credit hours)
Autumn, Winter, Spring
15SPAN500 Service Learning One Varies
18CJ104 and 18CJ343 when taught by Dr. Sue Bourke; students must complete course with Dr. Bourke and complete a full year as a Big Brother/Sister (as directed by Dr. Bourke); identify yourself as a University Honors student to Dr. Bourke at the beginning of the course. Introduction to Corrections and Community Corrections 
(must be taught by Dr. Bourke)
One Varies
22INTB398
(for Kolodzik Business Scholars only)
Understanding European Business One Winter
23ARTH112H History of Art II One Winter
23ARTH113H History of Art III One Spring
23ARTH247 Study Abroad Seminar (to Italy with Dr. Kristi Nelson and Dr. Robert Zierolf) One
(only counts if the course is taken with Dr. Nelson and Dr. Zierolf)
Spring
29NUR483
(for Nursing students only)
Leader as Clinical Mentor One Varies
35CSD594
(for Allied Health students only)
Honors Work in Speech, Language, and Hearing One TBA
38HNRS331H
(for Carl H. Lindner Honors-PLUS Program students only)
Pre-Junior Honors-PLUS Field Study One Varies
38HNRS358H
(for Carl H. Lindner Honors-PLUS Program students only)
Character-Based Leadership One Autumn
38HNRS391H
(for Carl H. Lindner Honors-PLUS Program students only)
Honors-PLUS Global Business Practicum One Varies

*Students are encouraged to take Honors Calculus courses; however, please note that no more than two honors experiences may be fulfilled through the Honors Calculus sequence.

Questions?
Contact your honors academic advisor.