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Honors Opportunities at DU

Archive:  Former Approved Upper Level Courses

Winter 2011

Arts and Humanities (AI:SC)

ENGL 2036 (4092), History of Genre-Fiction, TR 10:00-11:50 

ENGL 2200 (1023), English Literature II: Donne-Johnson

ENGL 2221 (2851), Shakespeare Seminar          

ENGL 2402 (4093), Later Romantics  

ENGL 2712 (4094), American Short Story 

ENGL 2751 (2094), American Literature Survey II              

ENGL 3732 (4099), Topics in English         

FREN 3020 (4194), Civilisation: Sujets spéciaux: "La Renaissance en France: Louise, Lyon, et la Loire"

FREN 3701 (2814  ), "Poetes du nouveau"
(You must meet the pre-requisites for the French courses.  They are taught in French, so students would have to be proficient enough to work on that linguistic level.)
HIST 2120 (4125 ), Europe in the Renaissance & Reformation

HIST 2720 (4792 ), "Paradise Paved? Nature and History in Modern America"

HIST 2920 (4129 ), Modern Latin America

PHIL 3701 (4022), Special Topics:"Ethics of Informed Consent"

PHIL 3024 (4023),"Maimonides: Greek, Muslin and Christian Encounters"

PHIL 3050 (4026)," Great Thinkers—Hume"

 (All Philosophy 3000 level courses will require junior standing or permission of the instructor.  Philosophy recommends that Sophomore Honors students seek permission of instructor if they are interested.)

Social Sciences (SI:SC)

PLSC 2901 (2883), Political Inquiry

PSYC 2031 (1483), Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience

PSYC 2055 (4072), Development Across Lifespan

PSYC 2109 (2626), Depression

PSYC 2740 (2069), Social Psychology

(All PSYC classes require SOCS 1710, PSYC 1001, or equivalent as a prerequisite)

Fall 2010

Arts and Humanities (AI2)

HIST 2200-1 (CRN 3996) :  “France:  Revolution to 1900”

HIST 2701-1 (CRN 2791):  “Topics:  World War I”

HIST 2910-1 (CRN 3017):  “Colonial Latin America”

HIST 3190-1 (CRN 4000):  “Immigrants in American History”

Students should be aware that 3000 level History courses are intended for advanced History majors.

PHIL 3010-1 (CRN 4054):  “Great Thinkers:  Aristotle”

PHIL 3175-1 (CRN 4055):  “Morality and the Law”

PHIL 3125-1 (CRN 4059):  “Modern Jewish Philosophy”

PHIL 3062-1 (CRN 4056):  “Kant’s Epistemology and Logic”

RLGS 3350-1 (CRN 4073): " Culture, Psyche and Religion”

Social Sciences (SI2)

Please note:  all Psychology classes require SOCS 1710 or the equivalent Psychology class as a prerequisite.
PSYC 2055-1 (CRN 3075):  Development Across Lifespan
PSYC 2500-1 (CRN 2620): Abnormal Psychology

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