One of the benefits of taking honors courses is that virtually all honors courses satisfy your General Education requirements. If the course has a ‘G’ suffix, as most honors courses do, it satisfies some General Education requirement.
General Education Common Core:
Honors courses offered this semester satisfy the following General Education categories:
Area I: Communications (3 cr)
HON 265G: Principles of Human Communication 3 cr.
Area II: Mathematics/Algebra
Area III: Laboratory Science (8 cr)
HON 219G: Earth, Time and Life 4 cr.
Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9 cr)
HON 248G: Citizen and State: Great Political issues 3 cr.
HON 235G: Window on Humanity 3 cr.
Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts (18-21 cr)
HON 208G: Music in Time and Space 3 cr.
HON 216G: Encounters with Art 3 cr.
HON 227G: Plato and the Discovery of Philosophy 3 cr.
HON 234G: The Worlds of Arthur 3 cr.
Viewing a Wider World:
All students at NMSU are required to take 6 credits of Viewing a Wider World, at least one of which must be from a college other than the college of their major.
All upper division honors courses with a “V” suffix satisfy Viewing the Wider World requirements.
Honors Courses offered this semester satisfying the Viewing a Wider World requirement are noted by colleges using the following codes:
AG- College of Agriculture
A&S- College of Arts and Sciences:
HON 304V: Dilemmas of War and Peace
HON 306V: Science, Ethics, and Society
HON 326V: Art and Mythology
HON 394V: Islam and the West
HON 411V: Great Theorems: The Art of Mathematics
HON 425V: Magic and Witchcraft
BA- College of Business:
HON 381V: Economic Development of Latin America
ED- College of Education:
HON 347V: World Dance
HON 388V: Leadership and Society
ENG- College of Engineering
HS- College of Health and Social Services
HON 218: Women Across Cultures
EDUC 317V: Multicultural Education Counts for BOTH Honors credits AND Multicultural Education class. Non-education majors can enroll.
HON 421: Special Topics: Revolutionary Women
HON 421: Special Topics: Food in Literature
HON 214/314: Successful Fellowship Writing