Honors Elective Courses
These are courses that are run within specific departments and are not directly part of the Honors Program. As such, they often have a discipline-specific focus and learning outcomes and, although they may not foster integrative analysis and collaborative learning, they are significantly more challenging than their non-Honors equivalents.
Note that the list of these courses is fluid as their offering is tightly dependent on each department’s course rotations and faculty availability. Below is a list of the courses that are offered with greater frequency and consistency. We encourage students to contact the Honors Center at email@example.com for details, at least one week prior to registration.
- CMP112H “Computational Thinking I”
- PHI206H “Ethics” [P2]
- PSY221H “Life-span Psychology” [S2]
- CMP114H “Computational Thinking II - Statistical Analysis Emphasis”
- HIS225H “Medieval Europe, China, and the Islamic Crescent” [H2, CCD]
- NSR300H “Critical Inquiry in Nursing Research”
- PSY314H “Learning and Animal Behavior”
- HIS213H "Women in American History"