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Course Selection

Winter 2019

Courses with Honors Designation
Course Number
Course Name
Instructor
Day
Credit
Hrs
Time

HIST-155-HON

U.S. History - 1877 to Present

Aaron Gulyas

M W

3 CR

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

MUS-183-HON

World Music Appreciation

Dr. Mary Procopio

M W

3 CR

11:00 AM - 12:25 PM

ENGL-102-HON

English Composition II

Kim Owens

M W

3 CR

1:00 PM - 2:25 PM

PSYC-286-HON:

Abnormal Psychology

Lauren Ruffin (Brown)

M W

3CR

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

HONS-250-HON Colloquium:

Social Diversity and Civic Engagement*

Dr. Brian Ivory

T R

3 CR

10:00 AM - 11:25 AM

HONS-251-HON Colloquium ^

Social Diversity and Civic Engagement Lab**

Dr. Brian Ivory

T R

1 CR

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

PHIL 295:

Ethics

Dr, Tom Spademan

T R

3 CR

11:30 AM -12:55 PM

BIOL-150-HON:

The Human Body

Dr. Sharon Schapel

T R

4 CR

12:30 PM - 2:55 PM

^ 1st 8 weeks
* HONS-250 is the Honors Colloquium, which includes 30-45 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 most of their service hours on an Alternative Spring Break trip in Philadelphia, PA, March 10th to 18th. Two additional Fridays of service will also be required for HONS 251 students.
*** Reserved for 2017 Trustee Scholars and students newly-accepted into the Mott Honors College

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 College courses must be done through the HC Coordinator. To schedule Honors College 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 College students.  However, any MCC student with a cumulative 3.25 GPA may also enroll for honors courses, with the permission of the Honors College Coordinator.

Partial-tuition Scholarship Eligibility:

Only current Honors College students are eligible for the Honors College 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 College Diploma Requirements Reminder:

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

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

October 11, 2018
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