Fall 2016 Honors Program Courses

To view the Honors Program Fall 2016 Course Guide, CLICK HERE

 

HP Core Courses*

*Note 1: You can find out more about Georgia Tech’s core curriculum requirements by clicking on the title headings, which will take you to the descriptions and course listings in the Georgia Tech Catalog. Please also consult with your major advisor.
*Note 2: You can find out more about each class by clicking on the class title.
*Note 3: For a faculty bio, click on the faculty member's name.

Area A1: Communication Outcomes

English Composition II:
ENGL 1102 HP1The GothicDr. Carol Senf TR 9:30-11
ENGL 1102 HP2Science Fiction and the MediaDr. Rebeka FitzsimmonTR 9:35-10:55
ENGL 1102 HP3Appropriating Paradise LostDr. Sarah HiginbothamMWF 3:05-4:55
ENGL 1102 HP4

“You Talkin’ to Me?”: The New Hollywood and American Culture

Dr.Clint StiversTR 4:35-5:55

Area A2: Quantitative Outcomes*

*Note: This link takes you to the updated math curriculum, which has recently been inserted into the Georgia Tech Catalog.

Multivariable Calculus

MATH 2551 HPDr. William GignacMWF 10:05-10:55 

Area B: Computer Science

                      No offerings Spring 2016

Area C: Humanities

An Ethnographic History of Georia Tech

LMC 3823 HPDr. Cara Appel-SilbaughTR 9:30-11

Area D: Natural Sciences, Math and Technology*

*Note: For lab sciences, students must register for both a Lecture and a Lab section.
No offerings Spring 2016

Area E: Social Sciences

Introduction to Museum Studies

HTS 3100 HPCarla GeronaMWF 11:05-11:55

Constitution and History

Global Perspectives

No offerings Spring 2016

US Perspectives

No offerings Spring 2016

Wellness

No offerings Spring 2016

Ethics

No offerings Spring 2016

HP Elective Courses*

*Note: You can find out more about whether or how these elective courses may satisfy requirements for your major by consulting the degree requirements for your major listed in the Georgia Tech Catalog. Please also consult with your major advisor.
*Note 2: You can find out more about each class by clicking on the class title.
*Note 3: For a faculty bio, click on the faculty member's name.

Semester in the City: Engaging English Avenue

HTS 2803Dr. Todd MichneyTR 3-4:30

Byzantine Art and Architecture:  The Artifice of Eternity

ARCH 4823Dr. Laura HollengreenTR 4:35-5:55

The Science and Policy of Climate Change

PUBP 4813 Dr.Alice FaveroTR 1:30-3

Applied Combinatorics

MATH 3012 HPTorid GreenwoodTR 4:30-6

Boulevard of Broken Sidewalks

CEE 4803Dr. Randy Guensler

TR 1:30-3

Sustainable Community Principles

GT 2803 HP2Dr. Ellen ZeguraTR 3:05-4:25

Sustainable Community & Systems

GT 2803 HP1Dr. L. Beril Toktay-TsiotrasTR 12:05-1:25

 

Science, Technology & Human Values:  Biomedical Ethics

PHIL 3127 HPDr. Justin BiddleMW 1:30-3

 

Mindfulness in Science and Engineering

GT 2803 HP3Dr.Monica HalkaMW 12-1:30