Course Selection

 

Fall 2014
Course Number
Course Name
Instructor
Day
Credit Hrs
Time

ART.-110-01HON

Art Appreciation

Kim Giacchina

W   

3 CR

9:00am -11:55am

PSCN-170-HON

Introduction to American Government

Christine Stoliecki 

M  W

3 CR

1:00pm - 2:25pm

GEOL-151-HON

Intro to Environmental Science (Lecture)

Sheila Swyrtek

T   R

4 CR

12:00pm - 1:25pm

GEOL-151-HON

Environmental Science Laboratory (Lab)

Sheila Swyrtek

R    

0 CR

1:30pm - 3:25pm

HONS-250-HON Colloquium*

Social Diversity and Civic Engagement*

Brian Ivory

T   R 

3 CR

10:00am -1 1:25am

HONS-251-HON  Colloquium**

Social Diversity and Civic Engagement Lab**

Brian Ivory  T   R   1 CR
(1st Half Semester)
 8:30am - 9:30am

Yippie at Special Olympics as part of HONS 251 Service Learning
Yippie at Special Olympics as part of HONS-251 Service Learning

*HONS-250 is the Honors Colloquium, which includes 45 hours of community service.
** HONS 251 is an optional co-requisite for HONS 250. Enrollment limited to 10 students with approval of the course instructor. All students who enroll in this 1 credit lab will complete their service hours during fall semester on the following dates: October 17-19 (Detroit), October 24 (Flint), November 21-23 (Lansing), and December 6th (Flint).

Pre-requisite for all honors courses: ENGL-101 (with 2.0 or better) or transfer equivalent (or ACT English 25+)

Registering for HON Courses:
Registration for Honors Program courses must be done through the HP Coordinator. To schedule Honors Program classes, call Dr. Brian Ivory at (810) 762-0360 for an advising appointment.

Classes designated as honors sections will be given first priority to honors program students.  However, any MCC student with a cumulative 3.25 GPA may also enroll for honors courses, with the permission of the Honors Program Coordinator.

Partial-tuition Scholarship Eligibility: 
Only current Honors Program students are eligible for the Honors Program partial-tuition scholarship. The scholarship covers $250 for each honors course taken up to a maximum of $1000 per academic year. Students must apply for the scholarship each semester. Note: the scholarship is issued on a first-come, first-served basis as long as funds are available.

Honors Program Diploma Requirements Reminder:
To graduate with an MCC Honors Program Diploma, students must complete 4 honors courses: the Honors Colloquium (3 credits) PLUS a minimum of 3 other Honors Program courses (9+ credits) of their choice (12+ honors credits total).