The following courses can be used to fill the requirements of the Honors Program.
EN223 P – AMERICAN DREAM – DR. JAMES REITER – T/R 8:15-9:30 (HONORS AND ENGLISH MAJORS)
Beginning with Native American stories and poems and the writings of the European colonists, the course traces the various cultural threads and social conflicts created American literature and consciousness. Readings include Hawthorne, Melville, and Poe, slave narratives and poetry from Bradstreet to Dickinson & Whitman.
RS337 VG – WORLD RELIGIONS – DR. GIOVANNA CZANDER – T/R 12:45-2
An encounter with the basic beliefs, values, and practices among major religious traditions originating in India, China, Japan and the Middle East, as well as their influence in the contemporary world.
PO320 PG – GLOBAL INTERDEPENDENCE – DR PAUL BONK – M/W 12:45-2
The general theme is that of the interdependence of the world people, ecology, economy, political systems, and technical systems. The major focus is on the interdependence of the United States and the Third World. Sociology, as well as concepts from history, economics, political science, anthropology, and geography will be used to understand the roots and contemporary status of global interdependence.
BI223 – ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I – DR EMMA SARRO/DR. RAPHAEL HENKIN – T/R 12:45-2; W 8-11
Human body structure and the basic mechanisms underlying the regulation of the healthy human body. Focus on the structure and function of the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems, with discussions of cells and tissues. Laboratory experiences use models, prepared slides, and selected vertebrates to illustrate the basic concepts studied during lecture.