Faculty and Staff in the University Honors Program

A key element in the University Honors Program is the Honors Courses which are taught by top-ranked faculty covering a wide range of topics and issues. These faculty members are from different departments that come to head-up specially designed courses.

Spring 2017 Honors Courses & Instructors

Foundations of Written Communication
ENC 1930: Honors Seminar in Writing, 35178
Instructor: Kelly Ann De Stefano, Department of English


Foundations of Society and Human Behavior

Group A
SYG 1930: University Honors Seminar Sociology, 34237
Instructor: Dr. Sharon Placide, Department of Sociology

Group B
AMH 4150: Honors - The Age of Jefferson-Jackson, 36266
Instructor: Dr. Stephen Engle, Department of History

ECO 2023: Honors Microeconomic Principles, 34894
Instructor: Dr. Eric Chiang, Department of Economics


Foundations of Science & the Natural World courses not offered this semester

Foundations of Mathematics & Quantitative Reasoning courses not offered this semester


Foundations in Global Citizenship

ANT 1930: Honors Culture and Society (Anthropological Perspectives), 37097
Instructor: Dr. Michael Harris, Department of Anthropology


Foundations of Humanities

Group A
MUS 1930: University Honors Seminar in Music, 37083
Instructor: Dr. Ken Keaton, Department of Music

Group B

COM 1930: Honors Film Appreciation, 34246
Instructor: Dr. Stephen Charbonneau, Department of Communication and Multimedia Studies

 



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