Honors Courses


Honors sections are smaller than traditional classes, limited to 15 students. These courses offer enriched learning, greater depth of analysis, greater intellectual and experiential opportunities and challenges, offer greater interaction with the professor, and are shown as honors sections on the student's transcript. In order to enroll for an honors section, you must apply to the Honors Program and meet the eligibility criteria. Go to the HCC Honors Program website at www.harford.edu/academics/honors.aspx to determine your eligibility.
  Note: Sections highlighted in gray have reached full enrollment and are closed.  
ART 202: History of Art-Renaissance to Modern (GH) (H)    3 credits   course description ...
CRN S Notes FEES TIME DAYS ROOM INSTRUCTOR
204540215 Weeks 3:45 - 6:35 PMTues.Joppa Hall, Rm. 115J. Ball
CRN 20454 is an honors course. For information, contact Jeff Ball at 443-412-2086 or jeball@harford.edu

ENG 102: English Composition and Literature    3 credits   course description ...
CRN S Notes FEES TIME DAYS ROOM INSTRUCTOR
200740315 Weeks 7:50 - 9:10 AMTues., Thur.Havre de Grace, Rm. 208M. Brock-Cancellieri
CRN 20074 is a designated Honors course. For information, contact Mark Brock-Cancellieri at mcancellieri@harford.edu

MATH 216: Introduction to Statistics (GM)    4 credits   course description ...
CRN S Notes FEES TIME DAYS ROOM INSTRUCTOR
209240715 Weeks 12:50 - 2:45 PMTues., Thur.Fallston Hall, Rm. 204C. Jones
CRN 20924 is a designated Honors section. For more information, contact Chris Jones at 443-412-2055 or cjones@harford.edu

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology (GB) (D)    3 credits   course description ...
CRN S Notes FEES TIME DAYS ROOM INSTRUCTOR
212280815 Weeks 11:20 AM - 12:15 PMM, W, FFallston Hall, Rm. 201S. Stowers
CRN 21228 is a designated Honors section. For more information, contact Dr. Stowers at 443-412-2059 or sstowers@harford.edu

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