Course Offerings


Spring and Summer 2017 Honors Program Course Offerings and Registration Information

Priority Registration for Spring 2017 Courses begins at 10:00 am on Monday, October 24 for those Honors Program students that have earned priority registration. 

Attached you will find three spring and summer 2017 Honors course registration documents: 

  • The Spring & Summer 2017 Honors Program Course Description Guide Overview (listing of all Honors courses offered).  This includes detailed information about our 13 special topic Honors courses including dates, times, costs, registrations procedures, etc.)  BE SURE TO READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION!


    • ​​HON 310, Service Behind Bars: Communication and Social Justice
    • HON 321J, Autism Experience:  Putting the Pieces Together
    • HON 321K, Cherokees, Abolitionists and the Struggle for Racial Justice
    • FIN 397H, Fundamentals of Personal Financial and Estate Planning
    • RPL 360H, Wilderness Experience for Leadership Development (Appalachian Trail)
    • HON 310, Active Citizenship on Beaver Island
    • HON 321, Writing the Beaver Island Experience
    • HON 321F, The Scientific Method (Beaver Island)
    • HON 321Y, Art and Visual Thinking in New York
    • HON 309, Global Citizenship: Japan
    • HON 321M, Experiential Learning, Leadership and Personal Growth—New Zealand
    • HON 320H, HDFS International Service Learning in Oaxaca, Mexico
    • HON 309, Global Citizenship: A First European Experience


  • ​Spring and Summer 2017 Special Topics At-a-Glance Chart with Costs (including Beaver Island, Honors Study Abroad Courses and Honors Program Special Topics with required travel)

The Honors Special Topic Course Application form for the following courses:

    • RPL 360H, Wilderness Experience for Leadership Development (Appalachian Trail)
    • HON 310, Beaver Island ~ Active Citizenship on Beaver Island
    • HON 321, Beaver Island ~ The Scientific Method
    • HON 321, Beaver Island ~ Writing the Beaver Island Experience
    • HON 321Y, Art and Visual Thinking in New York

These applications are due in Powers 104 no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, October 7.

Students will be notified if they got into their desired classes via email by the end of the day on Friday, October 14.

If you have questions about these courses or the registration process for each course please contact the Honors Program Office.​

Spring and Summer 2017 Honors Course Description Guide.pdf

2017 HONORS SPECIAL TOPIC APPLICATION.pdf

Spring and Summer 2017 Special Topics At a Glance with Costs.pdf