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All Campuses - Spring 2014

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COMM-101H - Honors Effective Speaking - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces the fundamentals of oral communication with emphasis on helping the student increase competence as a communicator in public speaking contexts. Using a seminar or discussion-based approach, this course encourages independent, creative and critical inquiry and prepares students for the practical application of information by emphasizing effective research strategies and technologies congruent with the field of study. Prerequisite: Honors Studies Major, or completion of all developmental reading and writing courses required as a result of the College Testing and Placement program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
  36068 F 10:00 AM-12:40 PM 01/17/14 - 05/09/14 LAEAST-302 Imhof, Karen J. 5

Comments: CRN 36068. This is an Honor-level course. You must be eligible for ENGL 101 and have completed all developmental reading courses required as a result of the College Testing and Placement program. All majors welcome.

ENGL-102H - Honors English Composition II - 3.0 Credit(s)
Builds on English 101, connecting thinking, reading and writing. Research, interpretation, and argumentation emphasized. Using a seminar or discussion-based approach, this course encourages independent, creative and critical inquiry and prepares students for the practical application of information by emphasizing effective research strategies and technologies congruent with the field of study. Prerequisite: ENGL 101 with a grade of C or higher; Honors Studies Major.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
  34934 TR 8:00 AM-9:15 AM 01/14/14 - 05/09/14 ARTS-209 Balic, Iva FULL

Comments: CRN 34934. This is an Honors-level course. Prerequisite: ENGL 101 with a grade of C or above. All majors welcome.
  35181 MW 1:00 PM-2:15 PM 01/13/14 - 05/09/14 LAEAST-324 Hall, Kimberly S. 10

Comments: CRN 35181. This is an Honors-level course. Prerequisite: ENGL 101 with a grade C or above. All majors welcome.
Internet Class 35329 Online 01/13/14 - 05/09/14 Barnett, Lise-Pauline M. 3

Comments: CRN 35329, This is an honor level course. You must be eligible for ENGL 102 and have completed all developmental reading courses required as a result of college testing and placement program. All majors welcome.

ENGL-207H - Honors Intro to Literature - 3.0 Credit(s)
Understanding and increasing human experience through literature. The major literary types (poetry, fiction, and drama) are defined and illustrated through examples drawn from English and American literature as well as other literatures of the world. Using a seminar or discussion- based approach, this course encourages independent, creative and critical inquiry and prepares students for the practical application of information by emphasizing effective research strategies and technologies congruent with the field of study. (Core A) Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101 and completion of any reading courses required by the College Testing and Placement Program and/or an Honors Studies Major.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
  35670 TR 11:00 AM-12:15 PM 01/14/14 - 05/09/14 ARTS-209 Balic, Iva 10

Comments: CRN 35670: This course is available to both honors and non-honors students.

GIS-141H - Honors Intro to GIS - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces the principles of physical geography and database administration. This course covers specific skills such as map and database editing, spatial operations, integration of multiple data sources, and the basics of cartography. Students are introduced to related technologies, such as remote sensing and Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Building upon the introduction to GIS, students then explore applications in various sectors. Practical examples from government, environmental studies, and the utlility industry are discussed. Hands-on experience using the analytical tools provided by GIS, such as spatial analysis, is applied to solve case studies. The class culminates in individual projects using multiple sources of GIS data to solve problems in the student's area of interest. Using a seminar or discussion-based approach, this course encourages independent, creative and critical inquiry and prepares students for the practical application of information by emphasizing effective research strategies and technologies congruent with the field of study. A course fee is required. (Core B) Prerequisites: Honors Studies Major, or completion of all developmental reading and writing courses required as a result of the College Testing and Placement program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Blended Class 35957 T 5:30 PM-7:35 PM 01/14/14 - 05/09/14 MID2-220 Ernst, Nicole L. 1
Fees: $25 Comments: CRN 35957: Blended Course: 50% online component required. Log into Desire2Learn 1/13/14. First class meets 1/14/14. OFF CAMPUS: Held at Midtown #2 Building, 3rd and Reily Streets, Harrisburg. NOTE: This is an Honor-level course. You must be eligible for ENGL 101 and have completed all developmental reading courses required as a result of College Testing and Placement Program. All majors welcome.

HONS-250H - Honors Capstone Seminar - 3.0 Credit(s)
Encourages student reflection on accomplishments within their individual academic pursuits. This course is designed to challenge students to envision their future through critical inquiry and promotes the consideration of value and meaning in their own lives, as well as within wider cultural, social, and historical contexts. In addition, this course examines the possibilities of a meaningful life lived through thought, commitment, and expression. Students reflect upon their Honors Studies program experiences through the analysis and presentation of their program electronic portfolios. Using a seminar or discussion-based approach, this course encourages independent, creative, and critical inquiry and prepares students for the practical application of information by emphasizing effective research strategies and technologies congruent with the field of study. Prerequisite: HONS 101H with a grade of C or higher; Honors Studies Major.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
  36163 R 2:00 PM-4:30 PM 01/16/14 - 05/09/14 ARTS Comer, Charles R. 11

Comments: CRN 36163: This course is for Honors Studies Majors only. Class will meet in Arts 213.

MATH-111H - Honors Princ of Mathematics - 3.0 Credit(s)
Addresses the general transfer or degree requirements of those students pursuing an education if fields other than Mathematics, Physical Science, and Engineering. This course covers the conceptual treatment of Number Theory, modern Algebra, Geometry, fundamentals of Logic and Sets, as well as other topics. Using a seminar or discussion-based approach, this course encourages independent, creative and critical inquiry and prepares students for the practical application of information by emphasizing effective research strategies and technologies congruent with the field of study. (Core C) Prerequisistes: MATH 045 or MATH 051 with a grade of C or higher; Honors Studies Major, or completion of all developmental reading and writing courses required as a result of the College Testing and Placement program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
  36006 MWF 1:00 PM-1:50 PM 01/13/14 - 05/09/14 WHITKR-207 King, Robert P. 2

SOCI-201H - Honors Intro to Sociology - 3.0 Credit(s)
Focuses on the relations between people and their social institutions, including problems that derive from these relations. Topics inlcude culture, society, groups, social change, institutions (family, education, religion, etc.). Using a seminar or discussion-based approach, this course encourages independent, creative and critical inquiry and prepares students for the practical application of information by emphasizing effective research strategies and technologies congruent with the field of study. Prerequisite: Honors Studies Major, or completion of all developmental reading and writing courses required as a result of the College Testing and Placement program. (Core B) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
  35354 TR 11:00 AM-12:15 PM 01/14/14 - 05/09/14 WHITKR-230C Liu, David R. 10

Comments: CRN 35354 is an Honor-level course. You must be eligible for ENGL 101 and have completed all developmental reading courses required as a result of the College Testing and Placement program. All majors are welcome.


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