General Education Honors Program

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General Education Honors Program

Program Description

The University Honors Program in General Education offers high achieving CSU Northridge students a diverse, enriched academic experience in General Education that promotes the fullest development of your academic potential. As a General Education Honors student, you enroll in special sections of GE courses taught by outstanding Northridge faculty. GE Honors Courses are engaging, challenging and fun. They satisfy required areas of the University's General Education Program - and for each GE Honors course you complete, you receive a special designation on your transcript. In addition, if you meet certain requirements, you will be awarded a General Education Honors Certificate at the time of graduation.

Director: Dr. Beth Wightman

Office Hours (drop-in hours, no appointment necessary):

In Sierra Hall 422, Mondays 4-5 and Tuesdays 3-5

In Sierra Tower 731, Thursdays 9:30-11

Also by appointment. To make an appointment, please e-mail Dr. Wightman at beth.wightman@csun.edu 

Program Assistant: Alice Sarkisyan 

Please note: For currently accepted/enrolled GE Honors students, permission numbers are not necessary to enroll in HON courses.

SPRING 2017 Schedule

CourseTitleTimeClass #GE Section

COMS 151 HON/HL

(HYBRID)

Fundamental Public Speaking

MW 8:00 AM-8:50 AM

MW 8:50 AM-9:15 AM

10839

10840 (LAB)

Basic Skills (Oral Communication)

COMS 151 HON/HL

(HYBRID)

Fundamental Public Speaking

TTH 9:30 AM-10:20 AM

TTH 10:20 AM-10:45 AM

11325

11326 (LAB)

Basic Skills (Oral Communication)

COMS 151 HON/HL

(HYBRID)

Fundamental Public Speaking

MW 2:00 PM-2:50 PM

MW 2:50 PM-3:15 PM 

11689

11691 (LAB)

Basic Skills (Oral Communications)
ENG 255 HONIntroduction to Literature

TTH 12:30 PM-1:45 PM

14409

Arts and Humanities 
PHIL 200 HONCritical Reasoning


MW 11:00 AM-12:15 PM

14590

Basic Skills (Critical Thinking)

 TH HON 111

Actors and Acting

F 2:15 PM-5:00 PM

11441

Arts and Humanities


 

FALL 2016 Schedule

CourseTitleTimeClass #GE Section
COMP 100 HONComputers: Their Impact & UseTTH 11:00 AM-12:15 

15881

Lifelong Learning
RS 150 HONWorld ReligionsMW 2:00 PM-3:15

19782

Comparative Cultural Studies
POLS 155 HONAmerican Political InstitutionsTTH 11:00AM- 12:15

12971

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PHIL 200 HONCritical Reasoning
MW 2:00 PM-3:15

19843

Basic Skills (Critical Thinking)

 

ENGL 115 HON

Approaches to University WritingTTH 2:00-3:15 PM

14262

Basic Skills (Analytical Reading + Writing)
ENGL 115 HONApproaches to University WritingMW 9:30-10:45 PM

14292

Basic Skills (Analytical Reading + Writing)

ENGL 115 HONApproaches to University WritingMW 9:30-10:45 PM

14745

Basic Skills (Analytical Reading + Writing)

UNIV 100 HONFreshmen SeminarMW 9:30 AM-10:45 

19033

Lifelong Learning
UNIV 100 HONFreshman SeminarMW 11:00 AM-12:15 

19068

Lifelong Learning

UNIV 100 HON

Freshman SeminarTTH 12:30-1:45 PM

19250

Lifelong Learning

COMS 151 HON/HL

(HYBRID)

Fundamentals of Public Speaking and Lab

 MW 11-11:50

MW 11:50-12:15

 11769

11771 (Lab)

 Basic Skills (Oral Communication)

COMS 151 HON/HL

(HYBRID)

Fundamentals of Public Speaking and Lab

TTH 11-11:50

TTH 11:50-12:15

 11770

11772 (Lab)

  Basic Skills (Oral Communication)
ANTH 319 HON World Prehistory MW 11:00 AM- 12:15 19898 

Social Sciences 

 

HIST 370 HONProblems in American History to 1865TTH 12:30- 1:45 PM19540

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