Fall 2015 Credit - Honors and Honors Option

Honors and Honors Option courses challenge talented students with expanded opportunities for intellectual and personal growth. Honors courses contain only honors students; classes are usually small and discussion-oriented. In Honors Option courses, both honors and nonhonors students attend the same class sections. Honors students in these classes work independently with the instructor on honors projects.

When you are awarded honors credit in a class, that class is annotated on your academic transcript.

 

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Information
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Start/End
Date
Co-req
Sections
Class
Features
ACCT-2301  Prin of Financial AccountingEl Centro College [ECC]
ACCT-2301-51422 (973091)
Prin of Financial Accounting
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Burnett, Patricia  Vita
ECC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Internet Based
Honors Option
 
 Section 51422 on-line (HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE). Please contact the instructor for more information. This course requires access to the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word and Excel. Students without a home computer have access to El Centro's College Accounting Lab (A441). Exams must be taken at an approved proctored testing site per district policy. Email pburnettt@dcccd.edu by the first class day for orientation information.
ACCT-2301  Prin of Financial AccountingRichland College [RLC]
ACCT-2301-81090 (974944)
Prin of Financial Accounting
T224   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Robertson, Robyn  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
ANTH-2346  Introduction to AnthropologyRichland College [RLC]
ANTH-2346-81090 (976539)
Introduction to Anthropology
C249   LEC  
T R   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Sullivan, Timothy  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
HIST-1302-81090
 
eCampus
Honors
 
 Delivery: We are looking at a community based course, focusing on a'vanished' African American community, Little Egypt, that existed in the NE Dallas area, before it disappeared, in the 1960s. The idea, at this stage in our discussion, centers around doing archival research, cartography, and potentially some oral histories and/or genealogical research with descendants of those who lived there and moved away. Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php. This is part of a two-course Honors Learning Community that meets TR from 11:00-1:50. Students will receive six credits.
BIOL-1322  Principles of NutritionRichland College [RLC]
BIOL-1322-81090 (976693)
Principles of Nutrition
N133   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Contreras Berrios, Marisela  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 This section is an Honors course,open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
BIOL-1406  Biology for Science Majors IEastfield College [EFC]
BIOL-1406-41090 (976444)
Biol for Science Majors-Honors
S212   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
S307   LAB  
T R   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Post, Richard  Vita
EFC
4
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE: BIOLOGY 1406.41009-HONORS-Suggested student GPA for Honors courses is 3.5
BIOL-1406  Biology for Science Majors IRichland College [RLC]
BIOL-1406-81090 (976721)
Biology for Science Majors I
C247   LEC  
M W   9:40 AM   11:00 AM
SH151   LAB  
F   8:10 AM   11:00 AM
Baggett, Jennifer  Vita
RLC
4
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Previous completion of a Chemistry course is recommended before registering for this course. This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
BIOL-1406-81091 (976711)
Biology for Science Majors I
WH277   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
SH153   LAB  
R   11:00 AM   1:50 PM
Buettner, Jill  Vita
RLC
4
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Previous completion of a Chemistry course is recommended before registering for this course. This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
BUSI-1301  Business PrinciplesEl Centro College [ECC]
BUSI-1301-51421 (973145)
Business Principles
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Schmidt, Ronald  Vita
ECC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Internet Based
Honors Option
 
 Section 51421 on-line (HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE). Please contact the instructor for more information. This course requires access to the Internet, e-mail, Microsoft Word and Excel. Students without a home computer have access to El Centro's College Accounting Lab (A441). Email rschmidt@dcccd.edu by the first class day for orientation information.
CHEM-1405  Introductory Chemistry IRichland College [RLC]
CHEM-1405-81090 (976778)
Introductory Chemistry I
WH145   LEC  
M F   11:15 AM   12:35 PM
SH248   LAB  
W   11:15 AM   2:05 PM
Williams, Rebecca  Vita
RLC
4
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 PreReq: DMAT 0091, 0098 or 0305 or higher level/ Note: This course is intended both for non-Science majors and as preparation for CHEM 1411. Note: CHEM 1405 and CHEM 1411 cannot be combined to complete the core science requirement. Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
CHEM-1411  General Chemistry IRichland College [RLC]
CHEM-1411-81090 (976791)
General Chemistry I
Y102   LEC  
M W   9:40 AM   11:00 AM
SH231   LAB  
F   8:10 AM   11:00 AM
Manolova, Evgenia  Vita
RLC
4
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 PreReq: MATH 1414 or the equivalent. Note: Intended for science and engineering majors. CHEM 1405 may be taken as preparation for CHEM 1411. Note: CHEM 1405 and CHEM 1411 cannot be combined to complete the core science requirement. Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
EDUC-1300  Learning FrameworkRichland College [RLC]
EDUC-1300-81090 (985227)
Learning Framework
WH201   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Stout, Ronald  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
EDUC-1300-81091 (985233)
Learning Framework
WH201   LEC  
T R   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Stout, Ronald  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
ENGL-1301  Composition IEastfield College [EFC]
ENGL-1301-41090 (976192)
Composition I
L303   LEC  
W   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Ramos, Rufel  Vita
EFC
3
9/2/15
12/17/15
(16 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Sept.
Honors
 
 NOTE: This English course has an honors option and can be taken for honors program credit.
ENGL-1301  Composition IMountain View College [MVC]
ENGL-1301-61212 (985425)
Composition I
W272   LEC  
M   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
10/22/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Aug.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid course, which only meets Mondays. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!
ENGL-1301-61210 (985436)
Composition I
W272   LEC  
M   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
10/26/15
12/17/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Oct.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid course, which only meets Mondays. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!
ENGL-1301-61216 (985432)
Composition I
W272   LEC  
T   2:00 PM   3:20 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
10/21/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Aug.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid course, which only meets Tuesdays. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!
ENGL-1301-61017 (984501)
Composition I
W281   LEC  
M W   2:00 PM   3:20 PM
Jackson, Lisa  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 This QEP course includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. Students who earn an "A" in this section will receive honors credit.
ENGL-1301  Composition IRichland College [RLC]
ENGL-1301-81090 (977037)
Composition I
B137   LEC  
T R   8:00 AM   9:20 AM
Wood, Mary  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
ENGL-1302  Composition IIEastfield College [EFC]
ENGL-1302-41090 (977269)
Composition II
L305   LEC  
M W   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Huston, Elizabeth  Vita
EFC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE: This English course has an honors option and can be taken for honors program credit. Please email Dr. Elizabeth Huston, elizabethhuston@dcccd.edu with questions.
ENGL-1302  Composition IIMountain View College [MVC]
ENGL-1302-61208 (985434)
Composition II
W272   LEC  
M   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
10/26/15
12/17/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Oct.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid course, which only meets Mondays. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!
ENGL-1302-61205 (985426)
Composition II
W272   LEC  
M   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
10/22/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Aug.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid course, which only meets Mondays. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!
ENGL-1302-61008 (985326)
Composition II
W60   LEC  
M W F   9:05 AM   10:00 AM
Tarpley, Joyce  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 This is a writing intensive course that includes additional support, for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. Students with a grade of "A" will receive honors credit.
ENGL-1302-61007 (985321)
Composition II
W60   LEC  
M W F   10:10 AM   11:05 AM
Tarpley, Joyce  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 This is a writing intensive course that includes additional support, for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. Students with a grade of "A" will receive honors credit.
ENGL-1302-61206 (985429)
Composition II
W272   LEC  
T   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
10/22/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Aug.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid course, which only meets Tuesdays. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!
ENGL-1302-61209 (985438)
Composition II
W272   LEC  
T   2:00 PM   3:20 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
10/26/15
12/17/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Oct.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid course, which only meets Tuesdays. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!
ENGL-1302-61011 (998017)
Composition II
W60   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Tarpley, Joyce  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 This is a writing intensive course that includes additional support, for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. Students with a grade of "A" will receive honors credit.
ENGL-2307  Creative Writing IMountain View College [MVC]
ENGL-2307-61200 (985427)
Creative Writing I
W272   LEC  
M   2:00 PM   3:20 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
10/22/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Aug.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid writing workshop, which only meets Mondays. Here you will be introduced to writing poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and drama. You do not have to be actively pursuing a career in writing; however, you will learn how to submit your work for publication in writing journals, and you will develop a portfolio, which is useful for admission to University writing program! Scholarship and internship opportunities are also available! All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The size of this class is small for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction, so hurry and enroll today! In addition, students enrolled in this section and the following course, ENGL 2308 Creative Writing II, will receive six (6) English honors credits for one semester!
ENGL-2308  Creative Writing IIMountain View College [MVC]
ENGL-2308-61200 (985437)
Creative Writing II
W272   LEC  
M   2:00 PM   3:20 PM
Frasure, Darius  Vita
MVC
3
10/26/15
12/17/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Oct.
Honors
 
 This is an 8-week hybrid advanced writing workshop, which only meets Mondays. Here you will refine your own Poetry, Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction, and Drama through a writing workshop, which empowers you to create! You do not have to be actively pursuing a career in writing, but you will learn how to submit your work for publication in writing journals, and you will develop a portfolio, which is useful for admission to college writing programs! Scholarship information is also available. All work is done on eCampus, so click here for a short orientation: http://tinyurl.com/6tytgcl. This QEP class (http://www.mountainviewcollege.edu/QEP/Pages/default.aspx) includes additional support for your growth as a critical reader, writer, and thinker. The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students in this section will receive honors credit!The decreased class size of this section is for the purpose of providing you with more personalized instruction; in addition, students enrolled in this section and the previous course, ENGL 2307 Creative Writing I, will receive six (6) English honors credits for one semester.
ENGL-2321  British LiteratureRichland College [RLC]
ENGL-2321-81090 (976658)
British Literature
D163   LEC  
T R   2:00 PM   3:20 PM
Oxendine, Jessica  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Topic: A comprehensive examination of British Literature and the arts and their influence on society/ Note: Recommended for RCHS Seniors. Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
ENGL-2351  Mexican-American LiteratureMountain View College [MVC]
ENGL-2351-61501 (984504)
Mexican-American Literature
W272A   LEC  
M W   4:30 PM   5:50 PM
Jackson, Lisa  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors Option
 
 This is a Common Book course and Honors credit may be earned in this course. This class includes additional support for your growth reader, writer, and thinker. Small class size is guaranteed, and students who earn an "A" will receive honors.
ENGL-2351-61502 (984519)
Mexican-American Literature
W272   LEC  
M W   7:30 PM   8:50 PM
Jackson, Lisa  Vita
MVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors Option
 
 This is a Common Book course and Honors credit may be earned in this course. This class includes additional support for your growth reader, writer, and thinker. Small class size is guaranteed, and students who earn an "A" will receive honors.
GEOL-1401  Earth Sci for Non-Sci Major IEastfield College [EFC]
GEOL-1401-41090 (977443)
Earth Science-Honors
N107   LEC  
M W F   9:05 AM   10:00 AM
C321   LAB  
F   10:10 AM   12:50 PM
Watanabe, Shizuko  Vita
EFC
4
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE: Geol 1401.41090 is an Honors course.
GOVT-2305  Federal GovernmentRichland College [RLC]
GOVT-2305-81090 (979895)
Federal Government
WH219   LEC  
M W F   10:10 AM   11:05 AM
Terrell, Erica  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
GOVT-2306  Texas GovernmentRichland College [RLC]
GOVT-2306-81090 (979934)
Texas Government
B022   LEC  
T R   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Moore, Patrick  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
HIST-1301  History of the United States IRichland College [RLC]
HIST-1301-81090 (976365)
History of the United States I
U101   LEC  
M W F   10:10 AM   11:05 AM
Jett, Merry  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
African-American/Black Studies
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
HIST-1302  History of the United State IIRichland College [RLC]
HIST-1302-81090 (977482)
History of the United State II
C249   LEC  
T R   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Siegle, Clive  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
ANTH-2346-81090
 
eCampus
Honors
 
 Finding Little Egypt This learning community is an enhanced "Honors" version of the second half of the HIST 1302 survey course with additional emphasis on issues surrounding Reconstruction and the life of Black and White Dallasites from the Jim Crow period to the 1960s as reflected in the story of the one-vibrant settlement known as "Little Egypt". It shares a commonality of themes with Anthropology 2346, which examines personal interactions, community dynamics, and archeology. Like detectives, students will interview eyewitnesses and former inhabitants of the now-vanished community as a part of reconstructing its lost past. You will, like any professional historian or anthropologist, complete assignments that involve searching archives, making site visits, and sleuthing for project-related photos, memorabilia, documents and other artifacts related to interpreting the story of the Little Egypt community. Teaching methods outside of lectures will include field trips and assistance with conducting the oral histories and archival research. You will be enrolled in HIST 1302-81090 and ANTH 2346-81090 and will receive six credits. Note: This section is also an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
HIST-2312  Western Civilizaton Ii-HonorsEastfield College [EFC]
HIST-2312-41090 (973682)
Western Civilizaton Ii-Honors
G219   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Noble, Michael  Vita
EFC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE: HIST-2312-41090 HONORS. Suggested student GPA for HONORS courses is 3.5. EMPHASIS ON NAZI GERMANY & THE HOLOCAUST.
HIST-2312  Western Civilization IIEl Centro College [ECC]
HIST-2312-51771 (982739)
Western Civilization II
A541   LEC  
T R   2:30 PM   3:50 PM
Milwicki, Alon  Vita
ECC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
PSYC-2319-51771
 
Honors Option
 
 PSYC 2319/51771: History and Social Psychology of the Holocaust This is a six-core-credit hours Learning Community consisting of PSYC 2301/51771 (Social Psychology) and HIST 2312/51771 (Western Civilization II). STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR BOTH COURSES - HIST 2312/51771 and PSYC 2319/51771. This course will rely on primary sources, to include (1) Neighbors: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland (Gross, J. T., 2002) and (2)selected additional readings provided by instructors. Topics that will be covered include the situational and environmental conditions in pre-World War II Germany that allowed individuals as well as the government to initiate persecution of so-called "inferior races," rise of the German propaganda machine, the Bystander effect, human response to occupation and totalitarianism, the German campaign of Anti-Semitism, and the "brutalization of interpersonal relations."
MATH-1314  Coll AlgebraEastfield College [EFC]
MATH-1314-41090 (977627)
Coll Algebra-Honors
C317   LEC  
T R   8:00 AM   9:20 AM
Rodriguez, Ricardo  Vita
EFC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE; MATH 1314.41090 - "HONORS" Suggested student GPA for Honors courses is 3.5. LECTURE. "No Textbook required for this course. Instructor will provide supplemental materials. For more information contact Ricardo Rodriguez at ricardorodriguez@dcccd.edu"
MATH-2342  Elementary Statistical MethodsEastfield College [EFC]
MATH-2342-41090 (977266)
Elem. Stats Methods-Honors
C312   LEC  
M W F   10:10 AM   11:05 AM
Glaser, Erika  Vita
EFC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE; MATH 2342.41090 - "HONORS" LECTURE. This course may require MyMath Lab for homework. Students are strongly encouraged to contact their instructor about electronic textbook availability.
MATH-2342  Elementary Statistical MethodsRichland College [RLC]
MATH-2342-81090 (976998)
Elementary Statistical Methods
D166   LEC  
M W F   11:15 AM   12:10 PM
Dhayanithy, Praveena  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Delivery: Lecture, Honors Academy/Reqd:"MyStatLab" and a non-CAS/non-symbolic graphing calculator/Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
MATH-2412  Pre-Calculus MathRichland College [RLC]
MATH-2412-81090 (977054)
Pre-Calculus Math
T210   LEC  
M W F   11:15 AM   12:30 PM
Kurtz, Charles  Vita
RLC
4
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Delivery: Lecture, Honors Academy / Reqd: "Enhanced WebAssign" (contains the e-book) and a non-CAS/non-symbolic graphing calculator/ PreReq: MATH 1316/ Note: Some or all homework is online. Calculators may not be permitted on some or all tests. This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
PHIL-2306  Introduction to EthicsEastfield College [EFC]
PHIL-2306-41090 (971928)
Introduction to Ethics-Honors
N217   LEC  
M W F   8:00 AM   8:55 AM
Hunsinger, Kristina  Vita
EFC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE: PHIL-2306-41090 HONORS. Suggested student GPA for HONORS courses is 3.5
PSYC-2301  General PsychologyEastfield College [EFC]
PSYC-2301-41090 (972570)
General Psychology - Honors
G229   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Chandler, Kimberly  Vita
EFC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE: PSYC-2301-41090 HONORS. Suggested student GPA for HONORS courses is 3.5
PSYC-2301  General PsychologyRichland College [RLC]
PSYC-2301-81090 (980034)
General Psychology
WH111   LEC  
T R   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Spencer, Zachary  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
PSYC-2319  Social PsychologyEl Centro College [ECC]
PSYC-2319-51771 (982741)
Social Psychology
A541   LEC  
T R   1:00 PM   2:00 PM
Weston, Melissa  Vita
ECC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
HIST-2312-51771
 
eCampus
Honors Option
 
 PSYC 2319/51771: History and Social Psychology of the Holocaust This is a six-core-credit hours Learning Community consisting of PSYC 2301/51771 (Social Psychology) and HIST 2312/51771 (Western Civilization II). STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR BOTH COURSES - HIST 2312/51771 and PSYC 2319/51771. This course will rely on primary sources, to include (1) Neighbors: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland (Gross, J. T., 2002) and (2)selected additional readings provided by instructors. Topics that will be covered include the situational and environmental conditions in pre-World War II Germany that allowed individuals as well as the government to initiate persecution of so-called "inferior races," rise of the German propaganda machine, the Bystander effect, human response to occupation and totalitarianism, the German campaign of Anti-Semitism, and the "brutalization of interpersonal relations."
SOCI-1301  Introduction to SociologyRichland College [RLC]
SOCI-1301-81090 (985250)
Introduction to Sociology
K102   LEC  
T R   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Itashiki, Michael  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
SPAN-1411  Beginning Spanish IEastfield College [EFC]
SPAN-1411-41090 (979457)
Beginning Spanish I-Honors
C291   LEC  
T R   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
C291   LAB  
T R    
Piffardi, Ana  Vita
EFC
4
9/1/15
12/17/15
(16 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Sept.
Honors
 
 NOTE: SPAN 1411-41090 HONORS This is a first year, first semester course. Suggested students GPA for HONORS courses is 3.5. Face-to-Face
SPCH-1311  Intro Spe CommEastfield College [EFC]
SPCH-1311-41090 (979722)
Intro Spe Comm-Honors
G128   LEC  
M W   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Vera, Nicholas  Vita
EFC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 NOTE: SPCH 1311-41090 HONORS Suggested students GPA for HONORS courses is 3.5.
SPCH-1311  Intro Spe CommRichland College [RLC]
SPCH-1311-81090 (977726)
Intro Spe Comm
C246   LEC  
M W F   11:15 AM   12:10 PM
Gray, Jennifer  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
SPCH-1315  Fund Pub SpeakRichland College [RLC]
SPCH-1315-81090 (994444)
Public Speaking
C249   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Kent, Carol  Vita
RLC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
Honors
 
 Note: This section is an Honors course, open only to students who have been admitted to the Honors Academy. Apply at http://www.richlandcollege.edu/honors/apply.php
 
 
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