Pathways for Spring 2014 Honors/Special-Topics Courses

This information pertains to students entering the College in Fall 2013. If you began your work at Marist before then, you will follow the Core requirements outlined here.

As you know, many Honors and special-topics courses fulfill distribution requirements within the Marist Core. If you take HIST 296 History of Women in Latin America, for example, you can use this course to fulfill your Breadth requirement in History. (If it does not show up on your audit that way but is serving only as an elective, contact the Registrar to fix this.) Similarly, HONR 331 Hudson River Valley Poetry can be used not just to satisfy a requirement in the Honors Program, but also to fulfill the Literature Breadth requirement.

On top of all this, some Honors and special-topics courses also work for particular Pathways. The list below indicates which courses work for which Pathways. Please consult the Core FAQs page or contact the Core Director, Dr. Moira Fitzgibbons, if you have any questions about this list or the presence of these courses on your audit.

Pathway designations for Spring 2014 Honors courses (see here for course descriptions)

HONR 310 Versions of the Self: Love and Marriage
Applicable to Pathway in Gender Studies

HONR 320 Art of Culture: Utopian Literature
Applicable to Pathway in Public Praxis

HONR 321 Art of Culture: Music that Built America
Applicable to Pathway in American Studies

HONR 331 L111 Hudson River Valley Studies: Literary Places
Applicable to Pathways in American Studies and Hudson River Valley Regional Studies

HONR 331 L112 Hudson River Valley Studies: Edith Wharton
Applicable to Pathways in American Studies, Gender Studies, and Hudson River Valley Regional Studies

HONR 342 Global Engagement: The World Revealed Through Song, Reading, and Film
Applicable to Pathways in Global Studies and Public Praxis

HONR 344 Global Engagement: German Civilization Through Film
Applicable to Pathways in Contemporary European Studies and Global Studies

HONR 354 Science, Technology, & Society: Environmental Literature
Applicable to Pathways in Environmental Studies and Public Health

Pathway designations for Spring 2014 special-topics courses

ART 292 ST: Baroque Art
Applicable to Pathway in Medieval & Renaissance Studies

ART 350 ST: Contemporary Art
Applicable to Pathway in Global Studies

ENG 292 ST: Introduction to Holocaust Literature
Applicable to Pathways in Contemporary European Studies, in Jewish Studies, in Religion & Society, or in Global Studies

ENG 293 ST: Literature and Nature
Applicable to Pathway in Environmental Studies

ENG 294 ST: African-American Literature
Applicable to Pathways in American Studies and in African Diaspora Studies

PHIL 392 ST: Philosophy & Psychoanalysis
Applicable to Pathways in Cognitive Studies and Contemporary European Studies

PHIL 393 ST: Philosophy of Science
Applicable to Pathways in Cognitive Studies, Quantitative Studies, and Technology & Society

PHIL 394 ST: Free Will
Applicable to Pathways in Cognitive Studies and Legal Studies 

SOC 392 ST: Environmental Sociology
Applicable to Pathways in Environmental Studies, Global Studies, Public Health, and Public Praxis

Previous semester lists

Fall 2013

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