Honors Program • Classes

Honors in the MC Bachelor of Applied Technology Program

A student must complete 4 of the following BAT courses with an A.

 

TMGT 3303

TMGT 3304

TMGT 3305

TMGT 3307

TMGT 3309

TMGT 3310

TMGT 3311

TMGT 3347 (Required)

TMGT 3354

TMGT 3355

TMGT 3391

TMGT 4320

TMGT 4396

The following is a list of classes that have been offered in the past for Honors credit. This is by no means an all inclusive list. These classes are semester/instructor dependant. Check with you instructor for availability or if there is a class you would like to take for Honors credit that you don't see
listed here.

 · ACCT 2402
 · ANTH 2351 (Cultural Anthropology) & 2302 (Archaeology)
 · ARTS 1304 (Art History)
 · BIOL 2421
 · CHEM 1411
 · ECON 2301 & 2302
 · ENGL 1301 
 · GEOG 1303
 · GOVT 2301 & 2389 & 2320
 · HIST 1301 & 1302
 · HIST 2321 & 2322
 · HUMA 1301 & 1302
 · ITSC 2313 (Web Design) & 1431 (Programming)
 · MATH 1314 (College Algebra) & 1342 (Statistics)& 2313 (Calculus)
 · PHIL 1301 & 2306
 · PSYC 2301 (Introduction to Psychology) & 2308 (Child Psychology)
 · RNSC 2400
 · SPCH 1315 (Public Speaking) & 1318 (Interpersonal Communication)
 · TMGT 3305 & 3311
 · WLDG 2535

 

Types of projects:


 · design & collect data for social science research study
 · library research papers involving critical analysis
 · problem solving
 · statistical analysis of data
 · class presentations
 · structured project focused on accomplishing personal goals 
 · application of issues to current events
 · one-on-one or small group meetings with faculty
 · in-depth application of course content to the labor force

 


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Providing an enhanced creative and supportive learning environment and special recognition for talented students.

 

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Paula Marshall-Gray, Associate Professor of History and Anthropology 
MHAB 155 685-6811 pgray@midland.edu