See this schedule for specific days, times, and instructors for these courses
The below is a list of Honors Contract eligible courses. Bolding indicates confirmed contract availability for a given section.
ANTH 101: Biological Anthropology - Lynne Miller, OC
BIO 210: Human Anatomy - Julie Haugsness-White and Raymond Clark, OC
CHEM 110: General Chemistry - Kent McCorkle, SEC
CHEM 111: General Chemistry - Kent McCorkle, SEC
LIBR 201: Research in the Digital Age - Steven Deineh, Online
SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology - Thao Ha, OC
Honors Contracts are meant to enrich the experience of college students by facilitating greater student-faculty interaction and allowing students to pursue study beyond what is required of other students in the course. Honors Contracts may vary in format but allrequire regular meetings with the professorof the course andculminate in some tangible evidence of the student's additional effort. A student may use this option up to three times to satisfy the Honors Scholar Program completion requirements.
NOTE: Only full-time faculty are currently eligible to offer Honors Contracts for Fall 2016. Students, please consult with the Honors Office and your individual faculty members to find out if a contract is available for a given course.
IGETC Area 1B/CSU Area A3
IGETC Area 2/CSU Area B4
IGETC Area 3A/CSU Area C1
IGETC Area 3B/CSU Area C2
IGETC Area 4/CSU Area D
IGETC Area 5A/CSU Area B1
IGETC Area 5B/CSU Area B2
CSU U.S. History Constitution & American Ideals Requirement-Group 1: HIST 110H and HIST 111H (Fall 2011)
Complete descriptions of Honors courses are available for your reference.