Honors Courses are sections that are taught at an Honors level. All the students in the class meet the requirements and want an honors experience. Honors sections do not necessarily mean more work in terms of number of pages or math problems, but they require more challenging work. This means that the work involves more in-depth analysis, higher level skills, and/or types of assignments (e.g. primary research) not assigned in regular classes. The basic course information is the same as all other sections of the course.
Honors Courses are listed on the course schedule each semester, with a note that students must have a 3.0 GPA.
Fall 2020 Honors sections:
- BIO 101 Introduction to Biology
- BIO 110 General Biology I
- BIO 163 Anatomy and Physiology I
- ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ECO/PSC 237 International Relations
- ENG 201 World Literature I
- ENG 205 American Literature I
- MAT 150 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- MAT 191 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
- PHI 210 Comparative Religion
Students who complete Honors Courses may be eligible to enter the Beacon Competition. Students should discuss this possibility with their faculty mentor. More information on the competition can be found at http://www.beaconconference.org/