How to find Honors courses
Eligibility to take Honors courses
Restricted Honors courses
Special Honors courses
The Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program
Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change (IDC 4010/4010H)
Feit Interdisciplinary Seminars (IDC 4050H)
Featured Spring 2022 Honors Courses
For the complete list of ‘H’ Courses, use the CUNY First Schedule of Classes
- ENG 3730H / PSY 3730H: Literature and Psychology with Prof. Michael Staub, M/W 12:50-2:05PM, Online Synchronous.
- Science honors classes: ENV 1003L (section CMWH-REC / 35075) and ENV 1004 (section CMWH-LAB / 35136) are the only science honors courses for SP’22. Note that the “H” designation is not in the course number so these courses do not show up when you search specifically for honors classes.
- COM 3170H: Visual Rhetoric-Honors with Prof. Donovan Bisbee, M/W 10:45AM-12:00PM, Online Synchronous. Description: Images saturate our world and shape our experience of public life. This course explores the role of visual images in U.S. culture, paying special attention to the ways that images function persuasively as political communication. Students will learn tools for analyzing historical and contemporary images and artifacts such as photographs, prints, paintings, advertisements, and memorials. Throughout the course we will study how visual images participate in a variety of rhetorical actions, or actions that humans perform when we use symbols to persuade. In this course, we’ll consider actions such as remembering and memorializing; confronting and resisting; consuming and commodifying; and governing and authorizing. We will study the history, composition, circulation, and persuasive force of images ranging from the iconic flag raising on Iwo Jima and Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother” to the George Floyd Protests and the Kodak Colorama in Grand Central Station.
Also learn more about First Year Honors Seminar: FYS 1000 H for new Honors scholars
Macaulay Honors College Courses
Can I request an override to get into a Macaulay Seminar?
Liberal arts or public affairs students who need additional Honors courses - Honors contracts