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Honors Fall 2016
ANTH 1H - Introduction to Physical Anthropology Honors
Units: 3
This honors course studies human biology within the framework of evolution. Topics will include the principles of evolution and natural selection, the fossil evidence of human evolution, primate behavior, and human variation through the analysis of current and primary research. Credit in either ANTH 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th8:00AM - 9:15roomLA 101 C. LoefflersubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
BIO 1H - The Life Sciences Honors
Units: 3
An Honors introductory general education lecture course in biology. Includes ecology, cell and molecular biology, genetics and development, and evolution. This Honors course includes supplemental readings and writing assignments. May be taken with or without BIO 1L. Credit earned in either BIO 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th8:00AM - 9:15LSB 112 T. DosubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
COMM 1H - Communication Fundamentals Honors
Units: 3
This honors course offers students an opportunity to differentiate and use the components and processes of oral communication. Student presentations, extensive collaboration, and participation at an off-campus forensics speaking event is required. Credit earned in either COMM 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W2:00PM - 3:15roomBSTIC 217 E. GarciasubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
CS 1H - Introduction to Computer Systems Honors
Units: 3
Provides an overview of computer hardware, software, information systems, networking, and Internet terminology. Introduces Microsoft Office applications and computer programming languages. This honors course features an emphasis on research and writing and presentation of a programming project. Credit in either CS 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W2:00PM - 3:15roomB 118 L. Gharibvand
A. Murtz
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. Students may use BSTIC 110 Computer Lab during open hours. Instructor support is provided in BSTIC 110, Monday and Wednesday, 3:30-6:00 pm and Tuesday 2:00-6:00 pm. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
ECON 1H - Principles of Economics-Micro Honors
Introduces higher order thinking skills to perform microeconomic analysis with a focus on decision-making by individuals and firms; scarcity, cost and maximization; supply, demand and market systems; the theory of the firm, resource markets; resource allocation; and the role of government in the economy. Credit in either ECON 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W2:00PM - 3:15roomA 212 M. CollinsonsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
ECON 10H - Statistics for Business and Economics Honors
An enriched honors course that presents statistical methods and concepts used extensively in business and economics, including computer-based statistical analysis. Credit may be earned in ECON 10 or 10H but not both. Also listed as MGT 10 or 10H; credit earned in one course, not all.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T4:00PM - 6:50roomB 116 A. GrimaldasubjectDetails
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descriptionHybrid course. Requires 1 hr per week of online attendance. In person attendance required as well and will meet the day/time shown. This course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
GEOG 3H - World Regional Geography Honors
Units: 3
This honors course provides a systematic study of the major geographic regions of the world by using geographic analysis of spatial data to investigate country's physical environment, resources, cultural heritage, population, agriculture, economic development, and current geographic issues. Credit in either GEOG 3 or 3H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th12:30PM - 1:45roomLA 104 J. TitussubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
HIST 51H - Women in American History Honors
Units: 3
Surveys the history of women in the United States from the pre-contact era to the present, addressing significant events, processes, individuals, and movements that have contributed to the nation's development and women's changing roles. Credit in either HIST 51 or 51H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W11:30AM - 12:45roomLA 100 B. AdamssubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
HUM 1H - Introduction to Humanities Honors
Units: 3
Introduction to the themes and methodologies central to the humanities. Studies works of literature, art, architecture and philosophy.This honors course will be enriched through smaller class size, seminar format, and more challenging material. Credit may be earned in either Hum 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th3:30PM - 4:45roomA 207 S. FeldersubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
HUM 71H - Introduction to Film Honors
Units: 3
Advanced introduction to narrative, thematic, and aesthetic aspects of cinema. Course texts and assignments require a higher level of engagement and rigor in analyzing and writing about film art, technology, and theory. Credit in either HUM 71 or 71H, but not both.
eventFirst eight weeks: 8/22/2016 to 10/16/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th2:00PM - 4:50roomA 205 J. PostersubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
Open Seats: None T Th2:00PM - 4:50roomA 210 A. HarringtonsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
JA 1H - Beginning Japanese I Honors
Units: 5
Develops basic skills in communicating in Japanese. Introduces Japanese syllabic symbols and presents general aspects of Japanese culture. This honors course will be enhanced through a research project and a presentation. Credit in either JA 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th2:00PM - 4:15roomLA 204 F. IshiisubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
MATH 3AH - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I Honors
Covers basic concepts of analytic geometry; limits and continuity; and differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions in a more thorough and rigorous manner. Covers realistic applications in greater detail and incorporates research projects to explore connections with other sciences. Credit in either Math 3A or 3AH, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W F8:00AM - 9:25roomB 117 L. PhamsubjectDetails
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descriptionThe class may not be full, but special assessment is required before obtaining permission to enroll. Contact Prof. Pham (lpham30@ivc.edu) to schedule assessment. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as the non-honors sections. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
MGT 10H - Statistics for Business and Economics Honors
An enriched honors course that presents statistical methods and concepts used extensively in business and economics, including computer-based statistical analysis. Credit may be earned in Mgt 10 or 10H but not both. Also listed as Econ 10 or 10H; credit earned in one course, not all.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T4:00PM - 6:50roomB 116 A. GrimaldasubjectDetails
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descriptionHybrid course. Requires 1 hr per week of online attendance. In person attendance required as well and will meet the day/time shown. This course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
MGT 12AH - The Legal Environment of Business Honors
Units: 3
Focuses on the legal system and its effect on the business environment. Honors will be enriched through limited class size, seminar format, and a collaborative project. Credit for either MGT 12A or 12AH, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None W4:00PM - 6:50roomBSTIC 120 J. McLaughlinsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
MUS 20H - Music Appreciation Honors
Units: 3
Introduces skills for listening to music, focusing on the Euro-Western classical traditions. May require attendance at live concerts. Students in this Honors course will write a term paper on a genre or composer discussed in class. Credit earned in MUS 20 or 20H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th11:00AM - 12:15roomPAC 144 M. TreslersubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
PS 14H - International Relations Honors
Units: 3
Explores the major theoretical explanations of conflict, cooperation, economic growth and redistribution in international affairs. Requires a greater degree of student participation and involvement and a research paper on a topic of individual interest. Credit earned in either PS 14 or 14H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None F9:00AM - 11:50roomBSTIC 219 J. KilsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
PSYC 1H - Introduction to Psychology Honors
Units: 3
An honors level introduction to the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology. Credit for either PSYC 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W9:30AM - 10:45roomA 307A M. CassenssubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
PSYC 5H - Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality Honors
Units: 3
An overview of human sexuality with emphasis on biopsychosocial aspects. Honors enrichment includes limited class size. Additional reading, writing, and analysis of sexual behaviors and disorders. Credit earned in either PSYC 5 or PSYC 5H but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W12:30PM - 1:45roomA 307A Y. TaylorsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
PSYC 13H - Psychology of Reasoning and Problem Solving-Honors
Studies the nature of critical thinking, models and strategies of reasoning and problem solving, and the application of critical thinking skills to complex issues of everyday life. Honors course includes training in the use of the scientific method, extensive research, and the presentation of findings. Credit earned in either PSYC 13 or 13H, but not bo
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th9:30AM - 10:45roomB 116 M. CassenssubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
SPAN 1H - Beginning Spanish 1 Honors
Units: 5
Designed to develop the fundamentals of communicating in Spanish. Grammar instruction enhances reading comprehension and writing accuracy. Active participation in classroom oral activities. Expanded assignments augment writing skills and knowledge of Hispanic culture. Field trip required. Taught in Spanish. Credit earned in either SPAN 1 or 1H, not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: None T Th11:00AM - 1:15roomLA 200 B. TsengsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
TA 25H - Great Plays-Primitive to Renaissance Honors
Units: 3
Traces the development of the play script in themes, characterization, and dramatic structure from the primitive ritual through the 17th century. Student writing assignments are more rigorous than in the non-honors course. Topics may include acting, Shakespeare or stagecraft. Field trips may be required. Credit in either TA 25 or 25H, but not both.
eventFirst eight weeks: 8/22/2016 to 10/16/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W2:00PM - 5:05roomPAC 111 J. JonessubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. It is recommended that students complete Writing 1 or Writing 1H before taking this course. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
TA 26H - Great Plays: Renaissance to Contemporary Honors
Units: 3
This course studies significant plays selected from the European Renaissance to contemporary works. In this honors course student writing assignments are more rigorous than in the non-honors course. Topics covered in more depth compared to the standard course may include acting, directing or stagecraft. Credit earned in either TA 26 or 26H, but not both.
eventSecond eight weeks: 10/17/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W2:00PM - 4:50roomPAC 111 J. JonessubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. It is recommended that students complete Writing 1 or Writing 1H before taking this course. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
WR 1H - College Writing 1 Honors
An intensive introductory course in college composition, concentrating on analysis and interpretation of diverse texts. The course is enriched through extensive, rigorous reading, writing, and research assignments. Credit for WR 1 or 1H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W3:00PM - 4:50roomLA 108 V. ShanksubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
Open Seats: None T Th1:00PM - 2:50roomLA 205 V. ShanksubjectDetails
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descriptionThis course is open to all students through the regular enrollment process. The "Honors" in the course title indicates class enrichment and smaller class size. The course covers the same material as non-honors sections. For more information about the course, email the instructor. For information about the Honors Program, email honorsprogram@ivc.edu, or call (949) 451-5300.
WR 2H - College Writing 2: Critical Thinking/Writing Honors
A second-semester honors course in academic essay writing, concentrating on critical analysis, reasoning, argumentation, evaluation, research and presentation of results. The course is enriched through extensive reading and research assignments and a presentation. Credit in either WR 2 or 2H, but not both.
eventFull term: 8/22/2016 to 12/18/2016
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Open Seats: NoneM W12:30PM - 2:20roomA 213 L. LongsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis class may not be full, but enrollment is currently restricted to Honors Program members, who must apply to the Honors Program Office for an APC code. Other students interested in enrolling may attend the first day of class and follow the petition process. Contact honorsprogram@ivc.edu for more information.
Open Seats: None T Th2:00PM - 3:50roomLA 203 L. LongsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis class may not be full, but enrollment is currently restricted to Honors Program members, who must apply to the Honors Program Office for an APC code. Other students interested in enrolling may attend the first day of class and follow the petition process. Contact honorsprogram@ivc.edu for more information.