Departmental Honors Courses

Spring 2021 Courses

ACCT 2050H - Honors: Introduction to Financial Reporting

ADES 4160H - Honors Capstone Project

AEM 4894 - Directed Studies: Senior Honors Thesis

ANAT 3608H - Principles of Human Anatomy Laboratory for Honors Students

ANTH 1003V - Understanding Cultures: Honors

ANTH 2001V - Being Human - A Comprehensive Introduction to the Four Fields of Anthropology

ARCH 3412H - Honors: Architectural History Since 1750

ARCH 4194H - Thesis/Capstone Project

ARTH 3971V - Honors: Art History Capstone

ARTS 1001H - Honors Introduction to Contemporary Art and Theory

ARTS 3401V - Honors: Critical Theories and Their Construction From a Studio Perspective

AST 4299H - Senior Honors Astrophysics Research Seminar

BA 4994H - Directed Research

BIOL 1009H - Honors: General Biology

BIOL 1951H - Foundations of Biology Lecture I for Biological Sciences Majors

BIOL 2003H - Foundations of Biology for Biological Sciences Majors, Part II

BIOL 3272H - Applied Biostatistics

BIOL 3960H - Communicating in the Biological Sciences

BIOL 4961H - Thesis Writing in the Biological Sciences: Conveying and Contextualizing Results

BMEN 4794H - Directed Research Honors

BSE 3991H - BSE Capstone Honors

CEGE 4000H - Honors Research Seminar

CEGE 4094H - Senior Honors Thesis

CFAN 4801H - Honors Thesis

CHEM 1072H - Honors Chemistry II

CHEM 1076H - Honors Chemistry II Laboratory

CHEM 2332H - Honors Elementary Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 4894 - Directed Thesis

CHEN 4594H - Directed Research - Honors

CHIC 1102H - Honors: Latinos in the United States: Culture and Citizenship

CNES 1042H - Honors Course: Greek and Roman Mythology

COMM 1101H - Honors: Introduction to Public Speaking

COMM 3190H - Honors Course: Research Seminar in Communication

CPSY 4994V - Directed Research in Child Psychology (Honors Thesis)

CSCI 1933H - Honors Introduction to Algorithms and Data Structures

CSCI 2011H - Honors Discrete Structures of Computer Science

CSCL 1201V - Honors Course: Cinema

EE 4982V - Senior Honors Project II

ENGL 1701H - Honors: Modern Fiction

ENGL 3007H - Honors: Shakespeare

ENGL 3883V - Honors Thesis

EPSY 2201H - Basics of Research Methods for Honors Students

ESPM 1012H - Environmental Science and Society

FREN 4101V - Honors Capstone Seminar in French and Francophone Studies

FREN 4110V - Honors Capstone Independent Study in French and Francophone Studies

FSOS 4193 - Directed Capstone Project

GCC 3011/5011 - Pathways to Renewable Energy

GCC 3013/5013 - Making Sense of Climate Change - Science, Art, and Agency

GCC 3025 - Seeking the Good Life at the End of the World: Sustainability in the 21st Century

GCC 3031/5031 - The Global Climate Challenge: Creating an Empowered Movement for Change

GCC 3032/5032 - Ecosystem Health: Leadership at the Intersection of Humans, Animals, and the Environment

GCC 3035/5035 - Child Labor: Work, Education, and Human Rights in Global Historical Perspective

GCC 3038 - Human Threats to Ocean Health

GCC 3042/5042 - Just Education: The Role of Higher Education in Disrupting Mass Incarceration

GCC 3043/5043 - Regenerative Game Studio: Playing For the Future

GCC 5008 - Policy and Science of Global Environmental Change

GCC 5022 - The Human Experience of Sensory Loss: Seeking Equitable and Effective Solutions

GCC 5501 - Knowledge to Impact: Creating Action with Your Grand Challenge Project Idea

GDES 2399V - Design and its Discontents: Design, Society, Economy, and Culture

GDES 3352H - Honors: Identity and Symbols

GDES 4160H - Honors Capstone Project

GDES 4361V - Honors Thesis Studio and Writing

GDES 4362H - Senior Thesis and Exhibition

GLOS 3145H - Honors: Global Modernity, the Nation-State, and Capitalism

GLOS 3985V - Honors Capstone Seminar

GSD 3451V - Honors Major Project Seminar

GWSS 3406H - Honors: Gender, Work, Labor

HIST 4010V - Honors: Research Seminar

HIST 4961V - Honors: Major Paper

HRIR 3021H - Honors: Human Resource Management and Strategy

IDES 4160H - Honors Capstone Project

IE 4894 - Directed Senior Honors Thesis

JOUR 3004H - Information for Mass Communication

JOUR 4721H - Mass Media and U.S. Society

KIN 3993H - Directed Study in Kinesiology: Honors

KIN 4001H - Honors Seminar in Kinesiology

LING 3001H - Honors: Introduction to Linguistics

LING 3052V - Honors: Thesis

MATH 1572H - Honors Calculus II

MATH 2574H - Honors Calculus IV

MATH 3593H - Honors Mathematics II

MATH 5286H - Honors: Fundamental Structures of Algebra II

MATH 5616H - Honors: Introduction to Analysis II

ME 4081H - Mechanical Engineering Honors Thesis I

ME 4082H - Mechanical Engineering Honors Thesis II

MGMT 1005H - Corporate Responsibility and Ethics

NURS 3802H - Nursing Care of Families I Honors

NURS 4205V - Honors: Nursing Theory and Research

OLPD 2811H - Societies of the Future: Changing Work Contexts, Honors

PHSL 4095H - Honors Problems in Physiology

PHYS 1402V - Honors Physics II

PHYS 4950H - Senior Thesis

PHYS 4960H - Honors Seminar

POL 3108H - Honors Tutorial: Thesis Preparation and Political Science Inquiry

POL 4993 - Honors Thesis: Directed Studies

PSY 3001V - Honors Introduction to Research Methods

PSY 4902V - Honors Project

PSY 4994V - Honors Research Practicum

PSY 5018H - Mathematical Models of Human Behavior

RM 4160H - Honors Capstone Project

RUSS 3311V - Honors Major Project in Russian

SCMC 1201V - Honors Course: Cinema

SLHS 1301V - The Physics and Biology of Spoken Language Honors

SLHS 3402V - Capstone Project in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Honors

SLHS 3555H - Honors Thesis

SMGT 3501H - Sport in a Diverse Society: Honors

SOC 1011V - Honors: Introduction to Sociology

SOC 3101H - Honors: Sociological Perspectives on the Criminal Justice System

SOC 3503H - Honors: Asian American Identities, Families & Communities

SOC 4101V - Honors: Sociology of Law

SOC 4102H - Honors: Criminology

SOC 4135H - Honors: Sociology of White-Collar Crime

SOC 4978V - Honors Capstone Experience: Proseminar II

TH 1101V - Honors Section: Introduction to the Theater

TH 4905H - Honors: Tutorial Seminar in Theatre Arts

WRIT 4995H - Technical Writing and Communication Honors Thesis

WRIT 4999H - Technical Writing and Communication Honors Capstone


The University Honors Program makes every effort to offer advertised courses. To that end, Honors Seminars with seven (7) or more students are considered viable. Honors Seminars with fewer students will be evaluated for cancellation ten (10) days prior to the start of the semester. Students will be notified and are encouraged to contact their UHP advisor should they need assistance with replacing the canceled course. (Departmental Honors courses cancellation policy is determined by the college/department through which the course is offered.)