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Honors Institute

Fall 2020 Honors Courses  

 
Searching for Honors Courses during registration is easy: Just logon to CougarWeb, go to the "Look Up Classes" link on your home page, select the semester (i.e. Spring 2019), press the "Advanced Search" button at the bottom of the screen, highlight all of the subjects in the "Subject" box (click the first subject, hold "Shift" and click the last subject), select a specific campus if you like, select "Honors" in the "Attribute Type" box, and then press "Search."


McKinney Campus

 

Course

Description

Professor

Days

Times

BIOL 2401.316 Lecture
BIOL 2401.317
Lab

Honors Anatomy & Physiology I
What Makes us Tick? Let’s Look at the Inside Mechanisms of the Human Body


Roberta Cravo




*Converted to Web

HIST 1301.341

Honors US History I (beginnings-1865)

Cathleen Akers

 

*Converted to Web

MATH 2414.301

Honors Calculus II

Jason Snyder

TR

8:30 – 11:15 am

PSYC 2314.302

Honors Life-Span Growth and Development

Sharon Eaves

 

*Converted to Web

 

McKinney Online Courses

Course

Description

Professor

GOVT 2305.319

Honors Federal Government
 The Supreme Court: Abortion, Capital Punishment, Free Speech, and the Nature of Race, Class, and Justice in America

William Geisler

HIST 1301.319

Honors U.S. History I (beginnings - 1865)

Melody Miyamoto Walters

SPCH 1321.306

Honors Business and Professional Communication

Phillip Samuels

 

Frisco Campus (PRC)

 
Course Description Professor Days Times
BIOL 2401.201 (lecture)
BIOL2401.230 (lab)

An Honors Approach to Anatomy & Physiology I:

The Quest for Oz: It Would Have Been Easier if We Had a Backbone, Muscles, and a Brain

Kathleen Kayes-Wandover Lecture: MWF
Lab: MW
Lecture: 10:00 am -
10:50 am
Lab: 8:00 am -
9:50 am


 

 

 

 

 

Frisco Campus (PRC) Online Courses

Course
Description
Professor
Time
HIST 1301.293
The Experiment Continues: Honors US History I
Brett Adams
Online
GOVT 2305.293
What Are We Losing? Liberties, Rights and Justice in an Uncivil Society
Debra St. John
Online
 PSYC 2306.290
Sex and Sexuality in the Age of #MeToo
Tracy Meyer
Online
 SOCI1301.291
 Things are Not What They Seem!
 John Glass
 Online

 

Plano Campus (SCC)

 
Course Description Professor Days Times
ECON 2302
Principles of Microeconomics
Inequality, Climate Change, and Robopocalypse
Michael Latham
MW
1:00 - 2:15PM
ENGL 2333
World Literature II
Fairy folk and Fables: World Mythologies
Khimen Cooper TR 11:30 - 12:45PM
HIST 1301

US History I
American Identities

Adrienne Caughfield MWF 11:00 - 11:50AM
HUMA 1301
Introduction to Humanities I
The City is Your Classroom

Carolyn Perry
R
7:00 - 9:45 PM
PHIL 2306
Introduction to Ethics
Ethics in a Zombie Apocalypse
Jeffrey Courtright
MW
12:00 - 1:15 PM
PSYC 2301
General Psychology I 
Welcome to the World of the Psychological Detective!
Jennifer O’Loughlin-Brooks
TR
10:00 - 11:15 AM
SPCH 1311
Introduction to Speech Communication
Rhetorical Methods
Jenny Warren
TR
1:00 - 2:15 PM
 Plano Campus (SCC) Online Courses
ENGL 1301

Composition I

America in Chaos: Exploring the Rhetoric of Disaster

Lisa Kirby Blended
ENGL 2307

Creative  Writing I

Reading and Writing Short Fiction

LaToya Watkins Online


Wylie Campus

Course Description Professor Days Times
ENGL 1301 Composition I - Honors Chanda Allen TR 11:30 - 12:45PM
GOVT 2305 Federal Government - Honors Mike  McConachie MWF 10:00 - 10:50AM
HIST 1301 US History I - Honors Krystal Humphreys MWF 11:00 - 11:50AM
MATH 1342 Elementary Statistical Methods - Honors Shellene Foster TR 10:00 - 11:15AM
Wylie Campus Online Courses
GOVT 2306 Texas Government - Honors Mike McConachie Online
PSYC 2301 General Psychology - Honors Michael Rose Online

 

 

 
Keep an eye on your registration!
The Collin College Honors Institute strives to offer our students a wide variety of courses. Students registering for Honors are among the first allowed to register for classes each semester which is convenient considering honors courses tend to fill up quickly because they are smaller than a regular course (15-18 students). From time to time an honors course may not "make"; like any other course, it may be canceled altogether or converted to a regular course. Please keep an eye on your registration during the two to three weeks prior to the start of each semester. You will be able to see if a course has been converted or canceled and plan your schedule accordingly. Unfortunately, it is impossible for the Honors Institute to contact every student for various changes in the schedule. 
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