Highlighted Honors Courses
Check out some of our highlighted Honors courses for the Spring 2022 semester. Take a look at the videos below to meet Honors professors and learn more about interesting Honors classes.
***To note: These are not the only Honors Courses offered for the Spring, but just our highlighted courses. For a full list of Honors Courses, go to 'Course Schedule' in Gulfline, and type 'HONS' in the Course Attribute box.
Communication Approaches: Invitation, Persuasion & Prophecy - Maggie Hambrick
M, W & F from 1:30p - 2:20p, CRN: 14888, IDH3930, 1 Credit
Advocacy in Action - Debra Giambo
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1:30p - 2:45p, CRN: 10839, IDH2931, 3 Credits
History of Rock n' Roll - Clay Motley
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9a - 10:15a, CRN: 10831, IDH2931, 3 Credits
Trails for Tails - Jessica Rhea
Wednesdays from 9:30a - 11:10a, CRN: 10801, IDH4638C, 2 Credits
Watch the video to meet Professor Jessica Rhea and learn more about the course. This class is restricted to Honors College students. Students will learn about the principles of services learning, build teamwork and project management skills, while performing environmentally focused service projects.
Music Appreciation - Christopher Endrinal
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 2:30p - 3:20p, CRN: 13742, MUL2010, 3 Credits
Watch the video to meet Professor Christopher Endrinal and learn more about the course. This class is restricted to Honors College students. Learn Music Appreciation by studying pop music from 1980-2000, focusing on genres such as emergence of rap and hip-hop, boy bands, grunge, hair metal, post-punk, and synth music, and country. These are the roots of today's pop music.
Medical Fiction, Anatomy, & the Arts - Valerie Weiss
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1:30p - 2:45p, CRN: 14481, IDH3930, 3 Credits
The Cancer Campaign - Lyndsay Rhodes
Mondays from 3:30p - 4:20p, CRN: 12186, IDH4638C, 2 Credits
Watch the video to meet Professor Lyndsay Rhodes and learn more about the course. This class is restricted to Honors College students. This service course increases cancer knowledge and awareness at FGCU. Students identify areas of lack of information related to cancer on our campus and develop and implement a university-wide campaign to address these gaps.
|COURSE NAME||PROFESSOR||COURSE DESCRIPTION||COURSE DAYS/TIME||COURSE INFO|
|Honors Readings: GRIT, Psych of Success||Jessica Rhea||This Honors course is restricted to Honors College students. What’s the Secret of Success? According to pioneering psychologist Angela Duckworth, the secret to outstanding achievement is a unique blend of passion and perseverance she calls “GRIT.” You will discover how to grow your own personal grit.||Wednesdays from 2:30p - 3:20p||
|Honors Readings: Art of the Personal Statement||Terumi Rafferty-Osaki||This Honors course is restricted to Honors College students. A picture, your ethics and values, your heroic story; the art of a personal statement is often one of the most challenging pieces of writing. This honors reading will examine the ingredients that create a memorable personal statement through a series of short readings. We will explore our identity, our morals, our dreams, and kinds of contributions we would like to make in the world.||Fridays from 2:30p - 3:20p||
|Honors: What's Next? Life After College||Allison Bacigalupi||This Honors course is restricted to Honors College students. Although college prepares us for advanced study in our major and for a successful career, there are large parts of post-college adulthood that few are prepared for. This course will discuss how you can be authentic to your passions while positioning yourself to live your best life after college.||Tuesdays & Thursdays from 12p - 1:15p||
|Honors Readings: Journey to Compassion: Part 2||Maria F. Loffredo Roca||This Honors course is restricted to Honors College students. The journey to a compassionate life takes dedication and hard work. The books selected for this semester will explore a variety of approaches to becoming a more compassionate person.||Mondays from 4:30p - 5:20p||
|Honors: Yoga Practices & Philosophy||Luiz Garrido||This Honors course is restricted to Honors College students. Practice yoga while studying its history, philosophy, and modern applications.||Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3p - 4:15p||
|Honors Service: The Kindness Project||Bill O'Dell||This Honors course is restricted to Honors College students. This course includes an integrated service-learning requirement.||Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3p - 4:15p||
If you have any further questions about these courses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.