Jesup Scott Honors College

 Course Offerings

Honors Class

 

summer 2018

*A list of all offered Honors sections from across the university for Summer 2018 can be found here.*

Honors Seminars for Summer 2018

HON 4950-002 | Honors Seminar - Community Engagement | 3 credit hours

Ashley Pryor
CRN 37324 | W  12:55 pm - 2:15 pm | Summer Session 2 (June 25 - August 3) | TBA

This interdisciplinary course is designed to provide students with experience in community engagement through work on a local issue or problem in a mentored, interdisciplinary team. The class will focus on developing practical skills, identifying best practices, and exploring potential solutions for complex problems. The course culminates in a grant proposal that can be adopted or adapted by our community partner. Class time will consist of short instructional presentations, group work, and class discussions.


HON 4960-001 | Honors Seminar - Multicultural Toledo | 3 credit hours
Andrew Heller
CRN 37116 | TWR  10:00 am - 12:10 pm | Summer Session 1 (May 14 - June 22) | Memorial Field House 1120

Multicultural Toledo is an interdisciplinary investigation into the multicultural, historical, and socio-economic development of the greater Toledo area and the ways that different community groups respond to its transformation into the present. Areas of investigation are designed to improve student awareness of and respond to topics including ethnicity, race, gender, gender orientation, socioeconomic class, religions, national origin, dis/ability, and age within the Toledo community. The course features multiple site visits to community organizations.


HON 2990-002 / 012 / 021 / 032 | Independent Study - SEED | 1 - 3 credit hours
TBA
CRN 3370 / 33701 / 33702 / 33703 | TBA

Supervised independent study.

Last Updated: 2/15/18