Spring 2020 Courses

For students entering Marquette fall 2017 and before

Archived Core Honors Courses

Core Menu Options for all Core Honors Students:

BIOL 1002H, Honors General Biology 2

BIOL 1002H 901 MWF 9-9:50am Thomas Eddinger
Discussion 961 T 11-11:50am, Eddinger

BIOL 1002H 902 MWF 10-10:50am Louise Kessler
Discussion 962 T 8-8:50 am, Louise Kessler

BIOL 1002H 903 MWF 11-11:50am Sukanya Lodh
Discussion 963 T 12:30-1:20pm, Sukanya Lodh

BIOL 1002H 904 MWF 2-2:50pm Staff
Discussion 964 T 3:30-4:20 pm, Staff

Mandatory exam sections on the following dates: 1/30/20, 2/20/20, 3/19/20, 4/16/20
Th 6 - 6:50 pm

CHEM 1002H, Honors General Chemistry 2

CHEM 1002H 901 MWF 10-10:50am Llanie Nobile
Lab 941* W 2-4:50pm Vijay Vyas
Disc 961 W 1-1:50pm Vijay Vyas

CHEM 1002H 902 MWF 10-10:50am, Llanie Nobile
Lab 942* W 2-4:50pm Vija Vyas
Disc 962 W 1-1:50pm Staff

*Register for the lab first. The two Honors lecture sections are the same lecture; register for the lecture section that is linked to the lab you have chosen. 

CHEM 1014H, Honors General Chemistry 2 for Majors

CHEM 1014H 901, MWF 9-10:50am, James Gardinier
*CHEM 1014H is lecture, lab, and discussion

PHIL 1001H, Honors Philosophy of Human Nature

PHIL 1001H 901, MW 2-3:15pm, Stephanie Berruz Rivera
PHIL 1001H 902, MW 3:30-4:45pm, Stephanie Berruz Rivera
PHIL 1001H 903, TTh 11-12:15pm, Kimberly Harris
PHIL 1001H 904, TTh 12:30-1:45pm, Kimberly Harris
PHIL 1001H 905, MWF 9-9:50am, Michael Olson

PHYS 1004H, Honors General Physics with Introductory Calculus 2

Register for any PHYS 1004H Lecture
PHYS 1004H 901, MWF 9–9:50am am, Melissa Vigil
PHYS 1004H 902, MWF 10-10:50pm, Melissa Vigil
PHYS 1004H 903, MWF 12-12:50pm, Michael Politano
PHYS 1004H 904, MWF 1-1:50pm, Michael Politano
PHYS 1004H 905, MWF 2-2:50 pm, Melissa Vigil
PHYS 1004H Lab 941, W 3-4:50pm, Melissa Vigil
PHYS 1004H Lab 942, W 5-6:50pm, Melissa Vigil
PHYS 1004H Discussion 961 M 11-11:50 am Melissa Vigil

Quiz sections: M 6- 8 pm

PHYS 1014H, Honors Classic and Modern Physics with Calculus 2

PHYS 1014H* 901 Lec/Lab/Disc MWF 2-3:50 pm, Karen Andeen
*PHYS 1014H is lecture, lab, and discussion 

POSC 2801H Honors Justice and Power

POSC 2801H 901, Honors Justice and Power, TTh 11-12:15am Darrell Dobbs

PSYC 2050H Honors Research Methods and Designs in Psychology

PSYC 2050H Lecture 901: TTh 12:30-1:45 pm, Astrida Kaugars
PSYC 2050H Lab 941: W 11-12:50 pm, Astrida Kaugars

THEO 1001H Honors Introduction to Theology

THEO 1001H 901, MWF 9-9:50am, Jennifer Henery
THEO 1001H 902, MWF 11-11:50am, Deirdre Dempsey
THEO 1001H 903, MW 2-3:15pm, Katharine Ward
THEO 1001H 904, TTh 12:30-1:45pm, Jennifer Henery
THEO 1001H 905, TTh 2-3:15pm, Karen Ross

Upper-division Theology (after completion of THEO 1001H)

THEO 4000H 901, Honors Digging the Bible: Archeology and Biblical Studies
MWF 2-2:50 pm, Matthew Neujhar

THEO 4400H 901, Honors Christian Faith and Justice
TuTh 9:30-10:45am, Karen Ross  

Core Honors Seminars

HOPR 2953H/Honors upper level seminar (2 cr, S/U)

HOPR 2953H 902, American History through Horror Film
Bryan Rindfleisch, History Mon 4-5:40pm

In this course, we will explore the major themes in American history from the 17th century to the present through the lens of horror film. While unusual, horror film actually reflects past and present histories and is itself a genre of commentary and critique, and we will use such films as "The Witch" and "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers," as well as "Us" and "Mohawk" - among others - to explore the American past and present.

HOPR 3957H (Honors Capstone Seminar), 1 cr, s/u

HOPR 3957H 901, 902, 903  Textures of Authenticity: Being in a Strange World 
Th 11am–12:15pm
Lynne Shumow, Curator, Haggerty Museum of Art
Melissa Shew, Philosophy
Alexandra Crampton, Social & Cultural Sciences

Using the Haggerty Museum of Art’s exhibition Toward the Texture of Knowing as a point of departure, this class will explore the human condition and our understanding of authenticity through points of view related to art, social science, and philosophy. Students in the seminar will really look at art and think about what the work is communicating. We will investigate questions like: What makes something or someone original or fake? How can health, illness, and trauma be interpreted as “contact zones”? How can we authentically orient ourselves in a strange, evolving, and emergent world? To address these questions, we will explore our relationship to technology and adaptable experiences; investigate themes of alienation, loss, and anxiety; identify ways of seeing the body in relation to self and society; and more. Throughout the class, students will be encouraged to fully engage their senses in order to understand these and other ideas.