Department Dedicated Honors Courses
Sometimes academic departments offer dedicated Honors Courses that are neither Honors Seminars nor are they on the approved General Education lists.
Such courses, if offered at the 200 level or above can satisfy the H3 requirement. If the course is a 300/400 level course it would satisfy the H5 requirement.
If the course is not a general education course and it has a course number that is 199 or below, it will not satisfy any of the H1-H8 honors requirements. However, Honors Students are encouraged to take these courses. They will be enriched courses, they will have a lower enrollment, and they bring Honors Students together.
For the latest course information please consult the UMass Lowell online catalog.
These courses will not satisfy any H1-H8:
- Introduction to Corrections (honors)
- Introduction to Business (honors)
- Computing I (honors)
- Computing II (honors)
- Honors Physics II
These courses will satisfy the H3 requirement:
- Gender, Race, and Crime (honors)
- Forensic Psychopathology (honors)
- Accounting/Managerial (honors)
- Marketing Principles (honors)
- Operations Analysis Techniques (honors)
- Professional Communications
- Computing III (honors)
These courses will satisfy the H5 requirement:
- Gender, Race, and Crime
- Forensic Psychopathology