Honors Program

Honors Spring 2013 courses

 • Hon101/EYE (Entry-year Experience), “Power, Corruption & Foundings”
M, W 2:45-4pm in the Portland Honors Center

• Hon102/Cultural Interpretations & Diversity, “Confrontation and Cross-fertilization in Medieval Cultures”
W 4:10-6:40 in the Portland Honors Center

• Hon103/ Socio-Cultural Analysis, “Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Poverty”
T, Th 11am-12:15pm in the Gorham Hasting classroom

• Hon105/Quantitative Reasoning, "Interdisciplinary Introduction to Logic and Mathematics”
MW 9:30-10:45am in the Gorham Hasting classroom

• Hon 175/Creative Expression, “Oral Interpretation”
T, Th 12:30-1:45pm on the Gorham campus

• Hon 202/Cultural Interpretations, “Process, Progress and Permanence”
T, Th 1:15-2:30pm in the Portland Honors Center

• Hon310/Ethical Inquiry & International, “Nine Billion People, One Damp Rock”
T, Th 11:45-1pm in the Portland Honors Center

• Two courses in the Core Thematic Cluster --“ Casco Bay Region: Where We Live”:
Hon351 “Virtual Sunset vs. Real Sunset: Reading/Writing Maine Environments” and
Hon355 “Maine Islands: A History”

USM Honors Program

The USM Honors Program is a long-time institutional member of the National Collegiate Honors Council, the professional organization devoted to honors education.

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