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Honors Classes

General Honors (GH) courses are the heart of the Honors College curriculum and feature small class sizes, dedicated faculty members, interdisciplinary perspectives, active learning and an exciting array of topics. Additional information about these courses can be found by selecting "Honors College" as the subject in the dynamic schedule.

Spring 2023 Schedule

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GH 101: Hip-Hop and Social JusticeGH 101-001: Hip Hop and Social Justice

MWF 12:00-12:50 |  CRN: 12644

Instructor: Dr. Adeyemi Doss


GH 101: Summer of 1982GH 101-401: Summer of 1982: A Critical Look at the Greatest Summer of Cinema

W 6:15-9:00  |  CRN: 12403

Instructor: Professor Matt Bird


GH 201: Studies in Epic Literature

GH 201-001: Introduction to the Great Works: Studies in Epic Literature

TR 9:30-10:45  |  CRN: 10896

Instructor: Dr. Donald Shorter

GH 201: Introduction to the Great Works: Heroic JourneysGH 201-002: Introduction to the Great Works: Heroic Journeys

MWF 1:00-1:50  |  CRN: 12405

Instructor: Professor Marilyn Bisch

GH 201: Introduction to the Great Works: Smith, Marx, and KeynesGH 201-003: Introduction to the Great Works: Smith, Marx, and Keynes

TR 12:30-1:45  |  CRN: 12444

Instructor: Dr. Donald Richards


GH 201: Lost LiteratureGH 201-004: Introduction to the Great Works: Lost Literature

TR 9:30-10:45  |  CRN: 10987

Instructor: Dr. Kevin Bolinger


GH 201: Lost LiteratureGH 201-006: Introduction to the Great Works: Lost Literature

TR 11:00-12:15  |  CRN: 11883

Instructor: Dr. Kevin Bolinger


GH 201: Crime and PunishmentGH 201-007: Introduction to the Great Works: Crime and Punishment

TR 11:00-12:15  |  CRN: 13064

Instructor: Dr. Barbara Skinner


GH 201: Principles of American DemocracyGH 201-008: Introduction to the Great Works: Principles of American Democracy

TR 12:30-1:45  |  CRN: 12404

Instructor: Dr. Matthew Bergbower


STATE Honors College
GH 201-009: Introduction to the Great Works: Television Culture

MW 3:30-4:45  |  CRN: 13385

Instructor: Dr. Darlene Hantzis


GH 201: Orpheus on Stage
GH 201-010: Introduction to the Great Works: Orpheus on Stage and Screen

MWF 2:00-2:50  |  CRN: 13415

Instructor: Dr. Terry Dean


STATE Honors College
GH 301-001: Take the Lead

TR 9:30-10:45  |  CRN: 13166

Instructor: Dr. Steve Gruenert


STATE Honors CollegeGH 301-002: Gender and Theory

TR 2:00-3:15  |  CRN: 12649

Instructor: Dr. Namita Goswami


GH 301: Oscar WildeGH 301-003: Oscar Wilde

MWF 2:00-2:50  |  CRN: 12406

Instructor: Professor Marilyn Bisch


GH 301: Feminist Philosophies
GH 301-004: Feminist Philosophies

TR 12:30-1:45  |  CRN: 13548

Instructor: Dr. Namita Goswami


GH 301: The New Hollywood
GH 301-005: The New Hollywood

T 2:00-3:15, R 2:00-5:30  |  CRN: 12607

Instructor: Professor Matt Bird


GH 301: Black MasculinityGH 301-006: Black Masculinity

MWF 1:00-1:50  |  CRN: 12645

Instructor: Dr. Adeyemi Doss


GH 301: Stranger Things
GH 301-007: Stranger Things

TR 2:00-3:15  |  CRN: 12119

Instructor: Dr. Linda Maule


GH 301: Theory of Knowledge
GH 301-009: Epistemology: Theory of Knowledge

MWF 10:00-10:50  |  CRN: 12651

Instructor: Dr. Steven Harris


GH 301: Philosophy of Science
GH 301-010: Philosophy of Science

MWF 12:00-12:50  |  CRN: 12652

Instructor: Dr. Steven Harris


GH 301: Perspectives of Women Science Fiction WritersGH 301-011: Perspectives of Women Science Fiction Writers

MWF 10:00-10:50  |  CRN: 12663

Instructor: Dr. Liz Brown


STATE Honors College
GH 301-013: Gender Stratification

TR 11:00-12:15  |  CRN: 13156

Instructor: Dr. Amanda Lubold


GH 301: Global Healthcare ChallengesGH 301-401 & GH 301-402: Global Healthcare Challenges

This course is only open to students participating in a Timmy Global Health trip to Ecuador.

Instructor: Dr. Eric Glendening & Dr. Cody Hanson

STATE Honors CollegeGH 401-001: Honors Thesis

Independent Study  |  CRN: 10406

Instructor: Dr. Greg Bierly