Honors Courses

  • For a complete list, use the CUNY First Schedule of Classes and indicate the Course Number contains H
  • Non-Honors students with a 3.4 GPA may register for an Honors course if a space is available, without special permission from Honors.  (See ALSO, joining Honors as a Provost’s Scholar)

WIR title boxHarmon Writer-in-Residence Program–Fall 2014

Fiction writer, Dorothy Allison.  Applications are available from the Harmon Writer-in Residence program.  Deadline extended:  April 11thQuestions?  Contact Prof. Bridgett Davis.


Feit title boxFeit Interdisciplinary Seminars* –Fall 2014

Prerequisite: upper-level and 3.4 GPA. For information, contact: Prof. Paula Berggren, Interim Director, Feit Interdisciplinary Seminar Program.  *Application required; apply early!

IDC 4050 Date/Time Professors
Soundtracks:  History and its Music in Modern America M/W11:10-12:25 Carol Berkin, Department of History
Liz Wollman, Department of Fine and Performing Arts (Music)
Remembering the Great War, 1914-2014 T/Th 11:10-12:25 Vince Digirolamo, Department of History
Katherine Pence, Department of  History
Utopias/Dystopias Thurs. 2:30-5:25 David Hoffman, School of Public Affairs (Communications)
Douglas Muzzio, School of Public Affairs (Political Science)

 featured title boxSpecial Electives Fall 2014

For the complete list of ‘H’ Courses, use the CUNY First Schedule of Classes and indicate the Course Number contains H

  • ART 1012H Honors Art History II, with Prof. Gail Levin
  • ENG 2850H, Great Works of Literature II, with Prof. Mary McGlynn
  • JRN 3060H Feature Article Writing, with Prof. Roz Bernstein
  • PSY 3055H, Abnormal Psychology

FRO-H title boxFirst Year Honors Seminar: FRO 1000 H for new Honors scholars

 


Macaulay Honors College Courses

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