Fall 2013 Honors Credit Courses

COURSE CRN TITLE TIME
HRS
ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
BYS 499H-1 UGrad Research and Thesis TBA
3.0
TBA TBA
CPE 112L-10 90104 Honors: Computer Engineering Lab (Explain credit) TR 2:20-3:20
3.0
EB 246 R. Bowman
ECN 142-04 91746 Honors Principles of Macroeconomics MW 12:45-2:05
3.0
BAB 109 B. Mahalingam
EE 213-04 90157 Honors: Electrical Circuit Analysis I TR 9:35-10:55
3.0
EB 134 C. Corsetti
EH 105-01 90727 Honors English Seminar  MWF 9:10-10:05
3.0
MH 208 L. Bollinger
EH 105-02 90728 Honors English Seminar  MWF 10:20-11:15
3.0
MH 208 E. Smith
EH 105-03 90729 Honors English Seminar MWF 11:30-12:25
3.0
MH 208 W. Taylor
EH 105-04 90730 Honors English Seminar MW 3:55-5:15
3.0
MH 208 J. Nelson
EH 105-05 90731 Honors English Seminar TR 3:55-5:15
3.0
MH 208 J. Early
EH 105-06 90732 Honors English Seminar TR 3:55-5:15
3.0
MH 337 D. Bell
EH 209-01 90918 Honors Seminar in Lit and Culture I TR 11:10-12:30
3.0
MH 208 D. Schenker
EH 209-02 90919 Honors Seminar in Lit and Culture I TR 12:45-2:05
3.0
MH 208 A. Foy
EH 210-01 90920 Honors Seminar in Lit and Culture II MWF 10:20-11:15
3.0
MH 238 J. Conway

EH 301-05

CM 301-05

90752

90680

Honors Technical Writing TR 2:20-3:40
3.0
LIB 206 C. McPherson
HON 100 90093 Honors Lecture Series  (formerly Honors Forum) Th 11:10-12:30
1.0
SC 107 H. Delugach
HON 120

90094 Honors Inquiry (What's this?) T 11:10-12:30
1.0
MH 238 H. Delugach
HON 200  90095 Honors Leadership Practicum (What's this?) W 3:55 - 5:15
1.0
MH 338 B. Wilson
HON 399-01/PSC480-02 92117

Special Topics: Global Trends

The course is intended to stimulate thinking about the rapid and vast geopolitical changes characterizing the world today and possible global trajectories over the next 15 to 20 years.  The course will look at overarching trends (the empowerment of individuals, the diffusion of power, demographic shifts, and growing resource demands for food, water, and energy, among others) and how potential "game changers" (such as a global economic crisis, the advent of new technologies, the potential for regional instability in the Middle East or Asia, etc.) can either positively or negatively shape our futures.  The course will be interdisciplinary and has no prerequisites. 
TR 11:10-12:30
3.0
MH 200 Hawk
HON 400 90096 Honors Internship TBA
3.0
TBA H. Delugach
HON 499 90097 Honors Thesis TBA 3.0   TBA  TBA
MAE 395-01 91319 Honors Thermodynamics Colloquium (explain credit) F 9:35-10:30
1.0
TH N277 Armentrout
PH 115-20 91138 Honors General Physics II Lab (explain credit) F 8:00-10:00
4.0
SC 001 A. Elsamadicy
PH 115-21 91139 Honors General Physics II Lab (explain credit) Th 8:00-10:00
4.0
SC 001 A. Elsamadicy
PHL 101-03 90805 Honors Introduction to Philosophy MW 3:55-5:15
3.0
MH 337 A. Cling