2009-2010 honors course syllabi

Descriptions for Fall 2009 and Spring 2010 honors courses (PDF file)

Spring 2010

ENGL 001H, Understanding Literature (3 credits) (syllabus in PDF format)

*L ST 301H, Information Research Methods and Systems (1 credit) (syllabus in PDF format)

YFE 211H, Foundations: Civic and Community Engagement (GS/US/IL, 3 credits) (syllabus in PDF format)

In Italy - CAMS 045H, Classical Mythology & Western Art (GH/IL, 3 credits) (syllabus in PDF format)

In Italy - *IT 130H, Italian Culture and Civilization (IL, 3 credits) (syllabus in PDF format)

Fall 2009

AM ST 100H, American Popular Culture and Folklife (3 credits, GH, US) (syllabus in PDF format)

EARTH 150H, Dinosaur Extinctions and Other Controversies (3 credits, GN, course part of one-week trip to London) (syllabus in PDF format)

*ENGL 030S, Honors Freshman Composition (3 credits, GWS) (syllabus in PDF format)

*HONOR 301H, The Role of Knowledge in Society (3 credits) (syllabus in PDF format)

*L ST 100H, Information Search Strategies (1 credit)

*STS 130H, World Food Problems (1 credit honors orientation course) (syllabus in PDF format)

*denotes courses offered only in the honors program

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