Honors Courses and contracts

Spring 2016 Course Offerings

See this schedule for specific days, times, and instructors for these courses.

Oceanside Campus

San Elijo Campus

Faculty & Course #

Service Learning

Formal Academic Presentation

Internship

Directed Studies

Suzie Bailey: BIO 204

Available

Available

Available

Available

Teresa Bolanos: CHEM 111

Available

Available

Available

Available

Pierre Goueth: CHEM 110

Unavailable

Unavailable

Available

Available

Kent McCorkle: CHEM 110, 111

Unavailable

Available

Available

Available

Linda Woods: CHEM 210, 211

Available

Available

Available

Available

Zika Perovic: MATH 226, 260, 270

Unavailable

Available

Available

Available

Erika Peters: PHYS 152, 253

Unavailable

Available

Unavailable

Unavailable

Click here for full details of the Honors STEM Course Alternative Policy and Spring dates.

NEW!: Spring 2016 Honors Contract Offerings

ANTH 102: Cultural Anthropology

ART 260: History of Modern Art

BUS 140: Legal Environment of Business

BUS 290: Business Communication

GEOL 101: Physical Geology

HIST 101: World History Since 1500

HIST 103: Western Civilization to 1648

HIST 105: History of England

HIST 110: United States History to 1877

HIST 111: United States History Since 1877

HIST 113: American Military History

MATH 150: Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology

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 Spring 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.

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Fall 2015 Course Offerings

See this schedule for specific days, times, and instructors for these courses.

Oceanside Campus

Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 102H

Introduction to Modern Art
ART 260H

Critical Thinking and Composition
ENG 202H

Physical Geology
GEOL 101H

Physical Geology Laboratory
GEOL 101LH

Western Civilization to 1648
HIST 103H

Introduction to Sociology
SOC 101H

San Elijo Campus

United States History to 1877
HIST 110H

Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
MATH 150H

Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
PHIL 101H

Honors courses fulfill these requirements for General Education:

IGETC Area 1B/CSU Area A3

ENGL 201H

ENGL 202H

IGETC Area 2/CSU Area B4

MATH 150H

PSYC 104H

SOC 104H

IGETC Area 3A/CSU Area C1

ART 260H

FILM 101H

MUS 119H

IGETC Area 3B/CSU Area C2

HIST 100H (Fall 2011)

HIST 101H (Fall 2011)

HIST 103H

HIST 104H

HUMN 101H

LIT 265H

PHIL 101H

IGETC Area 4/CSU Area D

ADM 100H

ANTH 102H

HIST 105H

HIST 110H

HIST 111H

HIST 113H

PSYC 101H

SOC 101H

IGETC Area 5A/CSU Area B1

GEOL 101H

GEOL101LH

OCEA 101H

PHSN 108H

IGETC Area 5B/CSU Area B2

ANTH 101H

CSU U.S. History Constitution & American Ideals Requirement-Group 1: HIST 110H and HIST 111H (Fall 2011)

BUS 140H: CSU Major Preparation/elective credit;UC credit pending

BUS 290H

Complete descriptions of Honors courses are available for your reference.