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Honors Courses

The following courses are offered regularly, but not necessarily every semester.  For example, the Philosophy courses and Art History courses tend to rotate from year to year.  Check with the Schedule of Classes or department to confirm whether a specific course will be offered.

Honors Course Reference Numbers are published in the Schedule of Classes but only those students who are members of the Honors Program will be able to enroll in the honors sections of courses.

  • Anthropology 1H Biological Anthropology
    Anthropology 5H Cultural Anthropology
    Art History 3H History of Women and Gender in Art
    Art History 4H History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic
    Art History 5H History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern
    Art History 6H History of Modern Art
    Art History 11H History of African, Oceanic, and Native American Art
    Art History 12H Pre-Columbian Art of the Americas
    Astronomy 5H Introduction to Astronomy
    Biology 4H Biology for Majors
    Biology 15H Human Sexuality
    Business 1AH Macro Economics
    Business 1BH Micro Economics
    Business: Law 18H Business Law
    Chemistry 50H General Chemistry I
    Chemistry 51H General Chemistry II
    Child 10H Child Growth and Development
    Counseling 1H Introduction to College
    English 1AH Freshman Composition
    English 1BH Introduction to Literary Types
    English 1CH Critical Thinking & Writing
    Geography 1H Elements of Physical Geography
    Geography 1HL Physical Geography Laboratory
    Geography 2H Human Geography
    Geography 30H Geography of California
    Geology 8H Earth Science
    Geography 30H Geography of California
    History 3H History of World Civilization 1(offered every other year)
    History 4H History of World Civilization 2 (offered every other year)
    History 7H History of the United States 1(offered every other year)
    History 8H History of the United States 2 (offered every other year)
    Humanities 1H The Humanities and the Human Experience 
  • Latin 1H Elementary Latin
    Latin 2H Continuing Elementary Latin
    Math 110H Statistics
    Music 13H Music Appreciation
    Music 15H Rock Music History and Appreciation
    Nutrition 25H Essentials of Nutrition
    Oceanography 10H Introduction to Oceanography
    Philosophy 3H Logic In Practice
    Philosophy 5H Introduction to Philosophy
    Philosophy 9H Critical Analysis and Writing
    Philosophy 12H Ethics
    Philosophy 15H Major World Religions
    Philosophy 20AH History of Ancient Philosophy
    Philosophy 20BH History of Modern Philosophy
    Political Science 1H Political Science
    Psychology 1AH Introduction to Psychology
    Psychology 3H Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
    Psychology 14H Developmental Psychology
    Sign Language & Interpreting 101H American Sign Language 1
    Sociology 1H Sociology
    Sociology 2H Social Problems
    Sociology 5H Introduction to Criminology
    Sociology 14H Marriage and Family
    Sociology 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations
    Sociology 40H Introduction to Sex and Gender Roles
    Speech 1AH Public Speaking
    Speech 7H Intercultural Communication
    Speech 8H Professional and Organizational Speaking
    Speech 20H Argumentation and Debate
    Speech 26H Interpersonal Communication
    Speech 30H Introduction to Communication Theory
    Sign 101H American Sign Language 1

Honors Courses that Fulfill CSU GE Requirements

Honors Courses that Fulfill IGETC Requirements