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Sampling of Honors Courses

  • AF 396H: History and Theories of Urban Photography
  • BI 120H: Introduction to Environmental Science
  • CH 120H: Chemistry in Art
  • CH 161H: Honors General Chemistry I
  • CO 150H: Western Civ I: (Honors)
  • CO 250H: Western Civ II: (Honors) Film
  • CO 350H: Western Civ III: NASA Space Policy
  • EDU 201H: Honors Education Psychology
  • EL 110H: Honors Writing I
  • EL 115H: Honors Reading in Action
  • EL 229H: Missionary Literature
  • EL 296H: Honors Writing in Virtual Worlds
  • EL 340H: Writing in Virtual Worlds
  • EL 396H: Whitworth Life: Audio Storytelling
  • EN 125H: Engineering in Society
  • FR 498H: World Languages Capstone
  • HI 120H: Crusades from Primary Sources
  • HI 427H: Gender and Identity Formation in Latin America
  • HU 226H: Arthurian Legends in French Literature
  • IDS 196H: Creation Care: A Biblical Mandate
  • IDS 235/335H: U.S. Tribal Identities
  • IDS 296H: U.S. Domestic Colonialism
  • KIN 296H: Sport and Film
  • MA 296H: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
  • PH 199H: Philosophy in the Real World
  • PH 329H: God, Knowledge, and Language
  • SO 196H: Introduction to Sociology: Comparative Societies
  • SO 272H: Sociology of Religion: Religious Ecology
  • SO 375H: Planned Communities
  • SN 427H: Gender and Identity Formation in Latin America
  • SN 498H: World Languages Capstone
  • SP 113H: Honors Interpersonal Communication
  • TA 348H: Performing the Self
  • TH 131H: Encountering the Covenantal God
  • TH 196/256H: Biblical Theme of Shalom
  • TH 388H: Catholicism
  • WGS 296H: Women's Artists' Books

Questions? Contact Doug Sugano, Professor of English, Director of Honors (dsugano@whitworth.edu) or Bendi Benson Schrambach, Professor of French, Assistant Director of Honors (bbschrambach@whitworth.edu).