Fall 2019 Courses

For students entering Marquette fall 2017 and before

Archived Core Honors Courses

 Core Menu Options

BIOL 1001H, Honors General Biology 1

BIOL 1001H/Honors General Biology 1 

BIOL 1001H 901 TTH 9:30-10:45 am Martin St. Maurice
Discussions (pick one)
BIOL 1001H 961 TH 2-2:50 pm St. Martin St. Maurice
BIOL 1001H 962
TH 3:30-4:20 pm Martin St. Maurice
BIOL 1001H 963
F 12-12:50 pm St. Martin St. Maurice
BIOL 1001H 964
F 1:00-1:50 pm St. Martin St. Maurice 

*Quiz sections will be on four Thursdays: 9/13, 10/3, 10/24, and 11/14: 6-6:50 pm

CHEM 1001H, Honors General Chemistry 1

CHEM 1001H 901* MWF 10-10:50 am Llanie Nobile, Lecture 
Honors Lab 941 W 2-4:50 pm 
Honors Discussion 961: W 1-1:50 pm 

CHEM 1001H 902* MWF 10-10:50 am Llanie Nobile, Lecture 
Honors Lab 942: T 5:30-8:20 pm
Honors Discussion 962: T 3-3:50 pm 

*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 1013H, General Chemistry 1 for Majors

CHEM 1013H 901 MF 9-10:15 am Adam Fiedler
CHEM 1013H Lab 941: W 9-11:50 am, Vijay Vyas 

ENGL 1302H, Honors English 2

ENGL 1302H 901 MWF 1-1:50 pm, Sebastian Bitticks
Creative Minds: Popular portrayals of artistic genius abound. They circulate as films (Pollock (2000), Frieda (2002)) and novels (The Moon and Sixpence (Maugham), The Hours (Cunningham)), are as large as opera and intimate as one-person shows. Stories of creative excellence excite us, and are often better remembered than the excellence itself. But what is creative genius? Does such a thing even exist outside of the larger than life stories that spring up around it? In this class, we will range across artistic disciplines, encountering visual and performing arts, literature and popular writing, to explore the lives and work of artists and writers and the stories that surround them. We will read and see their work, but also the critical writing produced by and about them and the popular portrayals that have come to define them. We will look at art, see performances, listen to music, and read. Then we will write about and present what we’ve found. By demystifying the notion of creative genius, we will become closer to our shared, and open, heritage.

MATH 1700H/PSYC 2001H/SOCI 2060H, Honors Statistics

901 Lecture TTh 9:30-10:45 am, Henry Kranendonk
941 Lab W 10-10:50 am, Henry Kranendonk

Register for whichever section is most applicable to your major or course of study; they are identical.

PHIL 1001H/Honors Philosophy of Human Nature

PHIL 1001H 901 MW 2-3:15 pm, Yoon Choi 
PHIL 1001H 902 MW 3:30-4:45 pm, Yoon Choi 
PHIL 1001H 903 TTh 9:30-10:45 am, Desiree Valentine
PHIL 1001H 904 TTh 11 – 12:15 pm, Desiree Valentine
PHIL 1001H 905 TTh 12:30-1:45 pm, Kimberly Harris
PHIL 1001H 906 MW 2-3:15 pm Stephanie Rivera-Berruz

PHYS 1003H, General Physics with Introductory Calculus 1

Register for any PHYS 1003H* Lecture
901 MWF 9-9:50 am 
902 MWF 10-10:50 pm 
903 MWF 12-12:50 pm 
904 MWF 1-1:50 pm 
905 MWF 2-2:50 pm
Honors Lab 941 W 3-4:50 pm, Melissa Vigil  
Honors Lab 942 W 5- 6:50 pm, Melissa Vigil 
Honors Discussion 961 T 11-11:50 am

*Quiz sections will be on three evening dates (time and day, TBA) 

PHYS 1013H, Honors Classic and Modern Physics with Calculus 1

PHYS 1013H* 901 Lec/Lab/Disc MWF 2-3:50 pm, Karen Andeen
*PHYS 1013H is lecture, lab, and discussion 
*offered concurrently with PHYS 1013, MWF 2-3:50 pm

POSC 2201H, Honors American Politics 

POSC 2201H 901 MWF 1-1:50 pm Karen Hoffman

POSC 2401H, Honors Comparative Politics

POSC 2401H 901 Honors Comparative Politics TTh 12:30-1:45 pm am Jessica Rich

THEO 1001H, Introduction to Theology

THEO 1001H 901 MWF 10–10:50 am, Gretchen Baumgardt 
THEO 1001H 902 MWF 11–11:50 am, Gretchen Baumgardt   
THEO 1001H 903 MW 2-3:15 pm, Susan Wood
THEO 1001H 904 TTh 9:30-10:45 am, TBA
THEO 1001H 905 TTh 11-12:15 pm, Gretchen Baumgardt

Upper-division Theology (any semester after THEO 1001H) 

THEO 2400H 901 TTh 2-3:15 pm, Andrew Kim
Honors Christian Discipleship

THEO 3530H 901 TTh 12:30-1:45 pm, Katherine Ward
Honors Theology and Economics

Core Honors Seminars

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

HOPR 2953H 901, Explorations of the Narrative Self
M 8-9:40 am
Ed de St Aubin, Psychology

Narrative Psychologists suggest that contemporary adults define themselves through an identity life story – one’s reconstructed past, perceived present, and anticipated future. We tell ourselves and others stories about who we were and who we want to be. Such stories are core to self-understanding and to social interactions. Participants in this seminar will explore different methods for collecting and analyzing these narratives of self.  We will learn how to interpret stories for psychological meaning.

HOPR 2953H 902, The Art and Science of Creativity
MW 11- 11:50 am
Tim Cigelske, Office of Marketing

The Art and Science of Creativity examines how new ideas are developed and applied in a range of fields, from music to business and science. Students will be exposed to research that explores the nature of creativity, including concepts from psychology, biology and the social sciences. We will examine and apply techniques of famous innovators and creatives in fields such as writing, engineering and entrepreneurship to see how creativity can successfully be applied across disciplines.

HOPR 3957H 901, Mission to Mars
M 3:30 - 4:45 pm
Amanda Keeler, Digital Media   
Tim McMahon, History                                 
Rachel Bollaert, Exercise Science

A lecture series with planned discussion sections, this seminar will explore what is required to safely send humans to Mars. NASA and SpaceX have set a goal to send humans within 10–15 years but the details of the journey have not been provided. Students will explore the multitude of challenges including, but not limited to, rocket and habitat design, and the effects of microgravity and radiation all within the historical context of human exploration. No specialized knowledge of math or physics is required. Register for any of the three sections; they are identical.