You may NOT take a class for Honors credit unless it is noted on the list. Please see the link for "How to Request an Honors cohort" if you want to take a class that is not on the list. You are not guaranteed that the class will be offered, however. Students have asked to make a class Honors after the quarter has begun. We will no longer do this, so if you want to make a class Honors, you need to check with your instructor BEFORE Spring quarter and let me know immediately.
ALSO, YOU MAY NOT DROP THE HONORS COURSE AND RE-ENROLL IN THE REGULAR SECTION IF AT THE END OF THE QUARTER, YOU ARE NOT EARNING THE GRADE YOU WISH. ONCE IN THE HONORS COHORT, YOU MUST REMAIN THERE FOR THE WHOLE QUARTER.
* Successful completion of the additional work will earn students an Honors designation for the course. Example: A student enrolls in Poli 1. The professor announces that an Honors cohort is available for the course. Students sign up for the cohort and do additional work. The course will appear on the student's transcript later in the quarter as "Political Science 1 - Honors."
* Failure to complete the additional work will result in a lowering of the student's overall grade.
* Honors courses do not earn extra units, nor will it provide more gpa points. A student receiving an "A" in an Honors cohort will receive 4.0 points for it not 5.0, a "B" will receive 3.0 points, not 4.0 and so forth.
COURSES - Fall 2014