Curriculum Transition Guide for Current Students

If you are a current Honors students, your Honors College requirements will remain the same as we transition to the revised curriculum. In Fall 2020, however, we will begin using the new Honors course names and numbers. See course descriptions here. Following is a guide for you as you consider your course choices for the 2020-21 academic year:

If you need this GE category

Please take one of these

Arts

HNR 201 Live. Learn. Lead. Colloquium*

Fall: HNR 201 01 (29005) or HNR 201 02 29027)

Winter: HNR 201 01 (36645) or HNR 201 02 (36924)

WRT 219 09 (22872) (H) introduction to Creative Writing (Fall only)

Historical Perspectives

Please consult with an Honors advisor about choosing a non-Honors course from the appropriate GE category

Social & Behavioral Sciences

HNR 250 The Holocaust and its Legacy

Fall: HNR 250 01 (29001)

Winter: HNR 250 01 (36923)

HNR 250 03 (29028) Art & Its Publics (Fall only)

HNR 250 02 (36924) Modern Art & Modernity (Winter only)

HNR 250 02 (29027) Jazzin’ the Culture (Fall only)

HNR 250 03 (36952) Rockin’ the Culture (Winter only)

HNR 250 04 (36946) Race and Gender in Latin America (W)

ECO 300 01 (20125) (H) Data Analytics (F)

SOC 313 02 (24670) (H) Race & Ethnicity (Fall only)

Philosophy & Literature

Please consult with an Honors advisor about choosing a non-Honors course from the appropriate GE category

Mathematical Sciences

Please consult with an Honors advisor about choosing a non-Honors course from the appropriate GE category

Life Sciences (no lab)

HNR 251 The Healing Power of Plants

Fall: HNR 251 01 (29006)

Winter: HNR 251 01 (36925)

HNR 251 05 (29098) Our Evolving World (Fall only)

HNR 251 02 (29026) Biodiversity Matters (Fall only)

HNR 251 02 (36945) Zombie Physiology (Winter only)

Physical Sciences (w/lab)

HNR 251 03 (29007) Molecules that Matter (Fall only)

HNR 251 04 (29029) Megafloods, Meteors, & Mishaps (Fall only)

HNR 251 03 (36952) The Human Body in Motion (Winter only)

Junior Seminar (Global Perspectives)

Formerly HNR 311

HNR 350 01 (29032) Dirty Wars of Latin America (Fall only)**

HNR 350 03 (29034) Encounters with the 1930s (Fall only)**

HNR 350 02 (29033) Textual Tease (online) (Fall only)**

HNR 350 01 (36953) World’s Deadliest Border (Winter only)**

Junior Seminar (US Diversity)

Formerly HNR 312

HNR 350 Leadership/Problem Solving**

Fall: HNR 350 04 (29035)

Winter: HNR 350 08 (36960)

HNR 350 07 (29038) Music in American Century (online) (Fall only)**

HNR 350 06 (29037) Medical Controversies (Fall only)**

HNR 350 08 (29039) Spirituality & Health (Fall only)**

HNR 350 05 (29036) Games in Circumpolar World (Fall only)**

HNR 350 09 (29040) Diving Deep: Pursuing Moby-Dick (Fall only)**

HNR 350 02 (36954) Music, Culture, Aesthetics (Winter only)**

HNR 350 03 (36955) Food, Culture, Conscience (Winter only)**

HNR 350 04 (36956) Prophetic Critique/Modern World (online) (Winter only)**

HNR 350 07 (36959) Sociology of Consumption (Winter only)**

HNR 350 06 (36958) Social Media and Belief (Winter only)**

Honors Senior Project

HNR 499 (1–4 credits) Honors Senior Project

OR HNR 401 (1 cr.) Proposal Course + HNR 499 (2 cr.) Honors Senior Project

 

Click here for course descriptions. 

* Students who have already taken HNR 201 for Philosophy & Literature credit will not be able to repeat the new version of the course for Arts credit. Please consider WRT 219-09 (H) or see Kelly or Meg for other options.

** Please note that the HNR 350 sections will not carry SWS credit. All students who successfully complete a first-year sequence have one SWS credit. In general, a second SWS should be available in your major. If you need help finding an SWS course to satisfy this university requirement, please consult with Kelly or Meg.