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The course offerings at Clarion University of PA go through an extensive review process by the Committee on Courses and Programs of Study (CCPS).  This course offerings list is a comprehensive list of courses that could be offered; it does not mean they are currently being offered.

For a complete list of courses offered on the current or upcoming schedules, see the Registrar's page Schedule of Classes.

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Course Id (currently sorted in Ascending order) Course TitleCourse DescriptionDepartment
HON 125
Modes of Discourse
Interdisciplinary course integrates the student's production of both written and spoken discourse. Alternative method of teaching communication draws upon the skills of instructors from English and Speech, Communication & Theatre. Taken by freshman e,nrolled in the Honors Program, and will replace ENG 111 and SCT 113. (Not open to students who have taken ENG 111 or SCT 113.)|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 128
Modes of Discourse
An interdisciplinary course which aims to integrate the student's production of both written and spoken discourse. This course is an alternative method of teaching communication, and draws upon the skills of instructors from English and Speech Commu,nication. Taken by freshmen enrolled in the Honors Program, this course replaces both ENG 111 and SC 113. (Not open to students who have taken ENG 111 or SC 113.)|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 129
Modes of Discourse
An interdisciplinary course which aims to integrate the student's production of both written and spoken discourse. This course is an alternative method of teaching communication, and draws upon the skills of instructors from English and Speech Commu,nication. Taken by freshmen enrolled in the Honors Program, this course replaces both ENG 111 and SC 113. (Not open to students who have taken ENG 111 or SC 113.)|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 130
Spec Topics: Arts & Humanities
This Interdisciplinary course in the humanities is required of students enrolled in the Honors Program. Focuses is on human values, beliefs, and accomplishments as expressed in art, music, literature, philosophy, and religion.|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 131
Classic Works Requirement
This interdisciplinary course is designed as an alternative humanities offering to HON 130. Students must fulfill a requirement of attendance of music, dance, theatre, and film events, as well as a literature component. Course will be offered on an, as needed basis.|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 230
Speci Topics: Sci/Math
Interdisciplinary course in the natural sciences and/or mathematics. Focuses on basic principles in the natural sciences and/or mathematics and their development within the context of human civilization. Required of students in the Honors Program.|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 240
Spec Topics: Soc Sci
Interdisciplinary course in the social sciences. Focuses on human civilization from the perspective of the social scientist. Required of students enrolled in the Honors Program.|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 280
Special Topics
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Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 350
Junior Seminar
An interdisciplinary seminar foundational to the development of the Senior Project and career planning. It is crucial in bridging the Honors sequence with the final project as it develops presentation and portfolio skills while requiring students to, develop the prospectus for their senior project and linking with a faculty mentor. This course and/or study abroad required of all students in the Honors Program.|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 430
Special Topics
Focuses on a topic of interest to honors students.|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program
HON 450
Senior Project
A scholarly project of an interdisciplinary nature including the student's major area of study. A public presentation of the outcome of the project is required. Required of all students in the Honors Program.|
Interdepartmental Programs - Honors Program