Honors Courses

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Harman Graphic Fiction Workshop

Harman Writer-in-Residence Program–Spring 2019

Personal Stories in Comics: (JRN 3610, JRN 3610H / ENG 3610, ENG 3610H), Wednesdays, 2:30p – 5:25p, with graphic novelist, Gabrielle Bell.

To participate in the Harman Writer-In-Residence Program: Applications required, apply early! 

Questions?  Contact Prof. Bridgett Davis.

Feit title boxFeit Interdisciplinary Seminars* Spring 2019

Prerequisite: ENG 2150, junior or senior standing, 6 credits in the humanities (preferably a base course in each of the disciplines of the course), a minimum 3.4 grade point average, and permission of the director of the Feit Seminar Program. To request permission, email Prof. Michael Staub, Director, Feit Interdisciplinary Seminar Program.

Feit Seminar courses:

IDC 4050H Date/Time Professors
Jazz: Cultural Touchstone of the 20th Century Monday/Wednesday 5:50-7:05


Gene Marlow, Journalism
Literature and the Brain  Monday/Wednesday 12:50-2:05


Tatiana Emmanouil, Psychology

Stephanie Hershinow, English

Humor Matters  Tuesdays 2:30-5:25


Don Waisanen, School of Public Affairs (Communications)

featured title boxSpecial Honors Electives Spring 2019
For the complete list of ‘H’ Courses, use the CUNY First Schedule of Classes and indicate the Course Number contains H

Featured Spring 2019 Courses:

  • ENG 3730H Literature & Psychology with Professor Michael Staub
  • JRN 2500H Individual & the News with Professor Eugeene Marlow
  • JRN 3050H Journalistic Writing with Professor Gregg Birnbaum
  • JRN 3060H Feature Article Writing with Professor Vera Haller
  • JRN 3510H Multimedia Reporting with Professor Lindsay Armstrong
  • JRN 3610H Fiction Writing with TBA
  • JRN 4750H Investigative Reporting with Professors Joshua Mills and Gisele Regatao
  • JRN 4920H Narrative Writing with Professor Michael Bobelian

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First Year Honors Seminar: FYS 1000 H
for new Honors scholars

Macaulay Honors College Courses


Request to Contract Honors for a course (by special exception, for liberal arts and public affairs students)