Honors Courses

Below you will find a list of courses that have previously been offered with Honors sections, both within COEHP and in the University core. Clicking on a course number will take you to that course's description in the Catalog of Studies.

Additionally, within all majors the following courses are required for COEHP Honors students:

  • (department) 3901H – Honors Thesis Tutorial
    • Exercise Science students may substitute EXSC 3723H – Honors Research Methods in Exercise Science for KINS 3901H
  • (department) 498VH – Honors Thesis/Project (total of 3 hours minimum)

Please check with your academic advisor for the most updated Honors course listings and for information about which Honors courses you need to complete for your major.

Please note that this information does not reflect which Honors courses are required for your particular major or which Honors courses are available in a particular semester. In order to find out which courses are offered with Honors sections in a particular semester, click here, select the appropriate semester, then click "View Honors Classes" on the right side of the page.

  • CATE 4003H: Honors Introduction to Professionalism
  • CIED 3013H: Honors Development and Learning Theories in the K-6 Classroom
  • CIED 3103H: Honors Children and Adolescent Literature
  • CIED 3113H: Honors Emergent and Developmental Literacy
  • CIED 4113H: Honors Integrated Communication Skills for the K-6 Classroom
  • CIED 499VH: Honors Special Topics in Curriculum and Instruction Education
  • EDST 399VH: Honors Special Topics in Educational Studies
  • EDST 4003H: Honors Philosophy & Inquiry in Education
  • CIED 3013H: Honors Development and Learning Theories in the K-6 Classroom
  • CIED 3103H: Honors Children and Adolescent Literature
  • CIED 3113H: Honors Emergent and Developmental Literacy
  • CIED 4113H: Honors Integrated Communication Skills for the K-6 Classroom
  • CIED 499VH: Honors Special Topics in Curriculum and Instruction Education
 
  • PHED 3163H: Honors Exercise Physiology: Theory and Application
  • PHED 3903H: Honors Physical Education for Special Populations
  • KINS 405VH: Honors Independent Study
  • NURS 3314H: Honors Pathophysiology
  • NURS 3644H: Honors Professional Role Implementation II: Caregiver
  • NURS 4252H: Honors Professional Role Implementation V: Manager
  • NURS 4613H: Honors Professional Role Implementation VII: Role Synthesis
  • NURS 481VH: Honors Special Topics in Nursing
  • NURS 491VH: Honors Independent Study in Nursing
  • CIED 499VH: Honors Special Topics in Curriculum and Instruction Education
  • ARCH 1003H: Honors Basic Course in the Arts: Architecture Lecture
  • ARHS 1003H: Honors Basic Course in the Arts: Art Lecture
  • COMM 1003H: Honors Basic Course in the Arts: Film Lecture
  • HUMN 2114H: Honors Birth of Modern Culture 1600-1900
  • LARC 1003H: Honors Basic Course in the Arts: The American Landscape
  • MLIT 1003H: Honors Experiencing Music
  • MLIT 1013H: Honors Music and Society
  • THTR 1003H: Honors Basic Course in the Arts: Theatre Appreciation
  • ANTH 1013H/1011M: Honors Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • BIOL 1543/1541M: Principles of Biology
    • Students who complete Principles of Biology (non-Honors) along with the Honors lab will receive 4 hours of Honors credit
  • CHEM 1123H/1121M: Honors University Chemistry II
    • For COEHP Honors Students, only 4 hours of Honors credit will be awarded for completing University Chemistry I & Lab (non-Honors) and Honors University Chemistry II & Lab
  • ENSC 1003H/1001M: Honors Environmental Science
  • GEOS 1113H/1111M: Honors General Geology
  • PHYS 1023H/1021M: Honors Physics and Human Affairs
  • PHYS 2054H: Honors University Physics I
  • PHYS 2074H: Honors University Physics II