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Honors Sections

This list will be updated as more information is available. The most accurate source of Honors sections is from registration info in My Illinois State or Course Finder.

Summer 2014

Music 152: Experiencing Music
Outer Core-Fine Arts

Section 3: online for 6 weeks starting May 19.  Dr. Roy Magnuson will be the instructor.  An application for a $150 scholarship will be sent to you upon enrollment.

“What if imagination and art are not frosting at all, but the fountainhead of human experience?” - Rollo May

Through an exploration of the pop and rock music of the 20th century, Honors MUS 152 will seek to uncover how imagination, creativity, and art, of all genres and disciplines, are indeed not the frosting of life, but quite possibly the very foundation of human existence.

Fall 2014 - General Education

Inner Core

Communication 110: Communication as Critical Inquiry, Sections 7, 13, 32, 48

English 101: Composition as Critical Inquiry, Sections 21 and 22

Fall Honors sections of COM 110 and ENG 101 are reserved for new freshmen. If you would like to take an Honors section of COM 110 or ENG 101 in the fall, please contact Christie Martin.

Science

Chemistry140: General Chemistry I, Section 3: Lecture 8 – 8:50 MWF, Lab 12 – 12:50 T

Geology 102: Principles of Geology, Section 2: Lecture 10 – 10:50 MWF, Lab 8 - 9:15 T

Outer Core

Humanities

Philosophy 251: Visions of the Self: A Study of Minds and Persons, Section 2

Fall 2014 - by Department

Business

100: Business, Section 3

Chemistry

140: General Chemistry I, Section 3: Lecture 8 – 8:50 MWF, Lab 12 – 12:50 T
Inner Core

Communication

110: Communication as Critical Inquiry, Sections 11, 27, 34
Inner Core

Fall Honors sections of COM 110 are reserved for new freshmen.  If you would like to take an Honors section of COM 110 in the fall, please contact Christie Martin.

201: Communication & Social Issues, Section 1

Communication Sciences and Disorders

321: Introduction to Language Disorders, Section 1

English

101: Composition as Critical Inquiry, Sections 21 and 22
Inner Core

Fall Honors sections of ENG 101 are reserved for new freshmen.  If you would like to take an Honors section of ENG 101 in the fall, please contact Christie Martin.

Finance, Insurance and Law

185: Legal, Ethical and Social Environment of Business, Section 3

240: Business Finance, Section 5

Geography-Geology

102: Principles of Geology, Section 2: Lecture 10 – 10:50 MWF, lab 8 - 9:15 T
Inner Core-Science

History

301: Honors Thesis
Override from department is needed to register; required for students pursuing Departmental Honors in History.

Interdisciplinary Studies

285/286: Honors Undergraduate Research Participation
You must complete a contract (available at the Honors office) in order to complete Undergraduate Research; the Honors Program will give an override for you to register once the contract has been submitted.

395.xx: Honors Thesis

Kinesiology and Recreation

295: Honors Seminar
Override from department is needed to register; required for students pursuing Departmental Honors in Kinesiology and Recreation

Management and Quantitative Methods

220: Business Organization and Management, Section 2

Music

201: Music Theory, Section 3

207: Group Instruction in Basic Musicianship III, Section 3

Nursing

229.01: Adult Nursing I, Section 5

Philosophy

251: Visions of the Self: A Study of Minds and Persons, Section 2
Outer Core-Humanities

Politics and Government

302: Honors Seminar, Section 1
One of the requirements for Departmental Honors in Politics and Government

Teaching & Learning

204: Elementary Education: Practices & Issues, Section 1

208: Literacy I: Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary Schools, Section 1

210: Child Growth and Development, Section 1

212: Issues in Secondary Education, Lecture section 12 with Lab sections 13 - 18

Students enrolled in the Honors section of TCH 212 will complete their clinical hours (20 hours total) at YouthBuild. Students will develop professionally as they work with the same students consistently during the semester, and will also have shared experiences that they can bring to class discussions. This shared experience will be an explicit part of class discussion and assignments. In partnership with the YouthBuild staff, a service learning project will be developed and implemented that is also part of the course throughout the semester. The project will be student-led by both institutions and supported by faculty. This would be a culminating project for both groups during the semester.  Contact Dr. Erin Mikulec, emikule@ilstu.edu, if you have questions.


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