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Honors Program: Courses

Students are required to enroll in one Honors course each semester until they have completed four Honors courses. Special exceptions may apply, and should be discussed with the Honors director.

The Honors Program classes are meant to be challenging; they aren't meant to be torture. Honors courses are designed to be innovative, enjoyable, and rewarding since students of similar abilities are grouped together in small classes. Students will get to know your professors well- just the kind of thing that helps when you need letters of recommendation. The books, papers, tests, and projects will expand the way you think. The number of assignments will be about the same--they'll just be more interesting and more creative. They won't be busy work.

If students do well in regular classes, they will also do well in honors classes. And the fact that a student  took honors level work is clearly indicated on their  transcript.

Course Requirements for Graduation

Students Completing all Coursework at Armstrong

Transfer Students

Honors Experiences

Courses Offered

Fall 2017

CRN COURSE Title Date/Time Professor

81665

81646

BIOL 1107A

BIOL 1107H

Biology 1107 Lab

Biology 1107 Lecture

T 8-12:20PM

MWF 9-9:50AM

Dr. Montemarano

82129

82128

BIOL 2081A

BIOL 2081H

Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab

Human Anatomy and Physiology Lecture

F 9-11AM

MW 9-11AM

Dr. Rooney
82028 ENGL 1101H Composition I MW 1:30-2:45PM

Dr. Howells

80139 ENGL 1102H Composition II TR 11-12:15PM Dr. Belford
82030 ENGL 2100H Literature and Humanities MW 1:30-2:45PM

Dr. Hollinger

83844 HIST 1111H Civilization I TR 11-12:15PM

Dr. Hendricks

83973 SOCI 1101H Introductory Sociology TR 12:30-3:15PM (2nd mini-mester) Dr. Hatch
80040 PSYC 1101H Introduction to Psychology  TR 9:30-10:45AM  Dr. McCarly
83029

BIOL 1107 - First Class

BIOL 1107H - First Class

Biology 1107 Lab

Biology 1107 Lecture

T 11-1:50PM

TR 9:30-10:45AM

Dr. DeMars
83374 HIST 2000H - First Class Ethics and Values in History MW 1:30-2:45PM Dr. Tatlock
83129 PSYCH 1101H - First Class Introduction to Psychology MW 9:30-10:45AM Dr. Roberts

Spring 2017

CRN Course Title Day/Time Professor

20886

20887

BIOL 1108H

BIOL 1108A

Principles of Biology II

Principles of Biology II Lab

TR 12:30-1:45PM

T 9:30-12:20PM

Dr. Zettler

22053

22054

BIOL 2082H

BIOL 2082A

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab

M 9-11:00AM

WF 9-11:00AM

Dr. Tucker
20129 ENGL 1102H Composition II TR 2-3:15PM Dr.Belford
21623 ENGL 2100H Literature and Humanities MW 1:30-2:45PM Dr. Hollinger
22618 GEOG 1100H World Regional Geography TR 2-3:15PM Dr. Potter
22634 HIST 2000H Ethics and Values in History TR 11-12:15PM Dr. Belzer
22790 MATH 2200H Elementary Statistics MWF 1-1:50PM Dr. Brown
22739 PSYC 2300H Global Perspectives in Developmental Psychology MW 9:30-10:45AM Dr. Roberts

Fall 2016

CRN Course Title Date/Time Professor

81665

81646

BIOL 1107A

BIOL 1107H

Biology 1107 Lab

Biology 1107 Lecture 

T 9-11:50AM

MWF 9-9:50AM

Dr. Montemarano

82129

82128

BIOL 2081A

BIOL 2081H

Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab

Human Anatomy and Physiology Lecture

F 9-11:00 AM

MW 9-11:00AM

Dr. Tucker
83195 ECON 2105H Principles of Macroeconomics TR 3:30-4:45PM Dr. Mangee
82028 ENGL 1101H Composition I MW 1:30-2:45PM Dr. Howells
80139 ENGL 1102H Composition II TR 11-12:15PM Dr. Belford
82030 ENGL 2100H Literature and Humanities TR 12:30-1:45PM Dr. Hollinger
80040 PSYC 1101H Introduction to Psychology TR 11-12:15PM Dr. McCarly
82928 SOCI 1101H Introduction to Sociology MW 9:30-10-:45AM Dr. Hatch
83362 THEA 1100H Theater Appreciation TR 9:30-10:45AM Dr. Sears
First Year Classes

83029

83030

BIOL 1107A

BIOL 1107H

Biology 1107 Lab - First Class

Biology 1107 Lecture - First Class

T 12-2:50PM

TR 9:30-10:45AM

Dr. DeMars
83374 HIST 2000H Ethics and Values in History - First Class TR 9:30-10:45AM Dr. Belzer
83129 PSYC 1101H Introduction to Psychology - First Class  MW 10-11:15AM Dr. Roberts


 

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