The table of courses below shows all Spring 2020 Honors RAP courses organized by General Education Requirement (Arts & Humanities, Natural Science, Skills, Social Science) and department pre-fix (i.e., alphabetically: CLAS, HIST, HONR...).

Spring 2020 Class Survey

Gen Ed Designation

Course

Course Title

Instructor

Units

Days

Time

Location

Arts & Humanities & Human Diversity - Global Perspective

CLAS 2110

Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Rome

Mitchell Pentzer

3

MWF

12:00-12:50

S205

Arts & Humanities

HIST 2166

The Vietnam Wars

Steven Dike

3

TTH

3:30-4:45

S205

Arts & Humanities & Human Diversity - U.S. Perspective (also Social Science)

HIST 2437

African American History a

Steven Dike

3

TTH

2:00-3:15

S205

Arts & Humanities & Human Diversity - U.S. Perspective

HONR 1125

Heroines and Heroic Traditions

Olivia Miller

3

TTH

9:30-10:45

S200C

Arts & Humanities & Human Diversity - U.S. Perspective

HONR 3270

Journey Motif in Women's Literature

Olivia Miller

3

TTH

11:00-12:15

S200C

Natural Science

ANTH 2010

Introduction to Biological Anthropology

Oliver Paine

3

MWF

2:00-2:50

S205

Natural Science

EBIO 1220

General Biology 2

Robert Buchwald

3

MWF

10:00-10:50

S205

Natural Science

EBIO 1220

General Biology 2

Robert Buchwald

3

MWF

11:00-11:50

S205

Natural Science

PSYC 1001

General Psychology

Jennifer Schwartz

3

TTH

3:30-4:45

S200C

Skills - Quantitative

MATH 2300

Calculus 2 b,c,d

Eric Stade

5

M-F

1:00-1:50

S200C

Skills - Quantitative

MATH 2300

Calculus 2 b,c,d

Ilia Mishev

5

M-F

2:00-2:50

S200C

Skills - Written Communication - Upper

WRTG 3020

Topics in Writing:  American Road Trips e

Andrew Daigle

3

MWF

10:00-10:50

S200C

Social Science & Human Diversity - Global Perspective

ANTH 1140

Exploring a Non-Western Culture: The Maya

Kate Fischer

3

TTH

12:30-1:45

S205

Social Science & Human Diversity - Global Perspective

ANTH 2100

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Kate Fischer

3

MWF

1:00-1:50

S205

Social Science

ECON 2020

Principles of Macroeconomics f

Dan Zuchegno

4

MW

3:00-4:40

S205

Social Science & Human Diversity - U.S. Perspective (also Arts & Humanities)

HIST 2437

African American History a

Steven Dike

3

TTH

2:00-3:15

S205

Social Science

PSCI 2116

Intro to Environmental Policy and Policy Analysis

Jeffrey Chadwick

3

TTH

9:30-10:45

S205

Social Science & Human Diversity - U.S. Perspective

SOCY 1006

The Social Construction of Sexuality

Alison Hatch

3

MWF

11:00-11:50

S200C

Social Science & Human Diversity - U.S. Perspective

SOCY 1021

United States Race and Ethnic Relations

Glenda Walden

3

MWF

3:00-3:50

S200C

KEY:                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

a     HIST 2437 is both Social Science and Arts & Humanities. It counts in your degree audit as one of these; not both.

b     PREN & ENGR students may take this to fulfill APPM 1360.  While APPM 1360 is preferred, MATH 2300 is accepted, per an Engineer advisor & the Asst Dean & Director of Engineering Services.

    REQUIRED EVENING MIDTERM EXAMS for all sections. See catalog for those dates and times. Exams cannot be made up or rescheduled. Please verify that you have no time conflicts with these exams before enrolling in this class.

    Continuation of MATH 1300; Department enforced prereq.; MATH 1300 or MATH 1310, or APPM 1345 or APPM 1350 (minimum grade C-).

e      WRTG 3020: Topics in Writing: CHANGED 10/21 to American Road Trips prerequisite: credit for WRTG 1100, 1150 or 1250, or AP credit (see h), or IB credit (see h), to be eligible to enroll in WRTG 3020.

f       Pre-requisite to ECON 2020 is ECON 2010 Microeconomics.