Pathways for Spring '18 Honors/Special-Topics Courses

Listed below are special-topics and Honors Program courses that work for particular 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. Questions specifically pertaining to Honors Program courses should be directed to Dr. James Snyder. Remember that courses used within a Pathway can also count toward a minor or second major!

Pathway Designations for Spring 2018 Special-Topics Courses

ART 190 L721 ST: Secrets of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (note: this is an online course)
Breadth: Fine Arts
Pathways: Contemporary European Studies, Global Studies

ENG 292 L111 ST: History of Italian Theater
Breadth: Literature
Pathways: Italian & Italian-American Studies, Contemporary European Studies, Global Studies

ENG 393 L111 ST: Medieval and Modern Graphic Narratives
Breadth: Literature
Pathways: Medieval and Renaissance Studies

HIST 293 L111 ST: World War II
Breadth: History
Pathways: American Studies, Technology & Society, Global Studies, Jewish Studies, Studies in Political Economy

HIST 294 L111 ST: History of American Manhood
Breadth: History
Pathways: American Studies, Gender Studies

HIST 295 L150 ST: Race in America (attachment course)
Breadth: History
Pathways: American Studies, African Diaspora Studies, Gender Studies

PHIL 392 L111 ST: Bioethics
Breadth: Ethics & Justice
Pathways: Public Health, Technology & Society

POSC 292 L111 ST: 1968: The Year that Changed America
Breadth: Social Science
Pathways: American Studies

POSC 392 L111 ST: Global Terrorism *recommended prereq POSC 111 Intro to Comparative Politics or POSC 113 International Relations
Breadth: Social Science
Pathways: Religion & Society, Global Studies, Technology & Society

SOC 393 L111 ST: Sociology of Food
Breadth: Social Science
Pathways: Public Health, Environmental Studies, Public Praxis

SPAN 392 L200 ST: Literature of Hispanics in the US
Breadth: None, but the course would count toward a student's total of 36 Core Distribution credits
Pathways: Global Studies, American Studies, Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Pathway Designations for Spring 2018 Honors Courses

HONR 360 L111 Philosophy of Martial Arts
Breadth: Ethics and Justice
Pathway: Public Health, Cognitive Science Studies

HONR 365 L111 Ethics of Food
Breadth: Ethics & Justice
Pathways: Hudson River Valley Studies, American Studies, Environmental Studies, Public Health, Technology & Society, Global Studies

HONR 365 L112 Ethics and Professional Decisionmaking
Breadth: Ethics & Justice
Pathway: Legal Studies, American Studies

HONR 370 L111 Life on Earth and Climate Change
Breadth: Natural Science
Pathway: Quantitative Studies, Hudson River Valley Studies, Environmental Studies, Public Health, Technology & Society

HONR 380 L111 Royal African Art
Breadth: Fine Arts
Pathway: Global Studies, African Diaspora Studies, Gender Studies

HONR 380 L113 Climate Fiction ("CliFi")
Breadth: Literature
Environmental Studies, Public Health, Technology & Society

HONR 380 L114 The Memoir & Bookmaking
Breadth: Fine Arts OR Literature
Technology & Society

HONR 390 L111 Diversity in Media
Breadth: --
Pathway: Global Studies, Gender Studies, Technology & Society

HONR 390 L200 Religion & the Constitution
Breadth: Ethics & Justice
Pathway: Legal Studies, Religion & Society, Catholic Studies, American Studies

HONR 395 The Evolution of Money and Banking
Breadth: Social Science
Pathway: Global Studies, Technology & Society, American Studies, Quantitative Studies, Studies in Political Economy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HONR 200, 365 Ethics of Food
Breadth: Ethics & Justice
Pathways: Environmental Studies, Public Health, Technology & Society

HONR 390, 312 Medieval Gender & Sexuality
Breadth: History
Pathways: Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Catholic Studies, , Religion & Society

HONR 320, 380 Environmental Literature (Grinnell)
Breadth: Literature
Pathways: Environmental Studies, Public Health, Hudson River Valley Regional Studies, Technology & Society

HONR 325, 396 The Bright and Dark Sides of Close Personal Relationships
Pathways: Gender Studies, Public Health

HONR 370, 351 Environmental Literature (Feldman)
Breadth: Natural Science
Pathways: Environmental Studies, Public Health, Hudson River Valley Regional Studies, Technology & Society

HONR 341, 395 Civic Engagement & Leadership
Breadth: Social Science
Pathways: Public Praxis, Global Studies, Legal Studies

HONR 391, 321 Madness & the Arts
Breadth: Fine Arts OR Social Science (not both)
Pathways: Gender Studies, Public Health, Technology & Society

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