John Britt, Honors Program Coordinator
The Human Condition course is two courses blended together and team-taught. Students receive 6 credits per semester for English Composition (3) and Humanities (3). It is held from 8 am to 10:40 am every Tuesday and Thursday. Instructors: Georgeann Ward and Gordon Lee
Students must co-enroll in the following courses:
3555 ENGL 1301 English Composition 1 F20H OR 3497 ENGL 1302 English Composition 2 F08H
3190 HUMA 1301 Intro. to the Humanities 1 F08H AND OR 3193 HUMA 1302 Intro. to the Humanities 2 F01H
The American Studies course is two courses blended together and team-taught. Students receive 6 credits per semester for American Literature (3) and History (3). It is held from 9:25 am to 12:05 pm every Monday and Wednesday. Instructors: John Britt and Kathleen Sydnor.
Students must co-enroll in the following courses: 3427 ENGL 2327 American Literature to 1860 FO1H AND 3234 HIST 1301 History of the U.S. to 1877 F08H
History and Development of Motion Pictures
The History and Development of Motion Pictures is a single honors course where students can fulfill either their humanities/other, visual performing arts, or English requirement. It is a 3-hour course from 10:50 am to 12:50 pm every Tuesday and Thursday. Instructor: Dale Adams
Students must enroll in one of the following courses: 3512 DRAM 2366 History OR 3429 ENGL 2341 Forms of Literature F02H Development of Motion Pictures F1HA
American Government 1
American Government 2301 is an honors course where students can fulfill half of their government requirements. It is a 3-credit hour course that meets from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday. Instructor: Steven Showalter
Students must enroll in the following course: 3198 GOVT 2301 American Government I F03H
For additional information, contact your Lee College counselor, the instructor teaching the course, or John Britt, Honors Program coordinator (Office: SS117; 281.425.6375; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Honors contracts are also available in most core requirement courses and some specialized courses at the instructor’s discretion.