Courses and Faculty
Required Honors Courses
Honors students can major in any Stockton undergraduate school and major. Their Honors courses fulfill part of their General Studies requirement, ensuring that students experience the breadth of the liberal arts as a part of their college education. The courses feature innovative teaching from dedicated professors from a range of disciplines. They are only open to Honors students, and they are designed to stimulate student discussion, critical thinking, and creative expression in the arts, humanities, and sciences.
By successfully completing the required Honors courses, students are also completing their General Studies ("G") courses required for graduation.
Honors Course Look-Up
Instructions for accessing Honors courses from the Look-Up Classes Link on the goStockton Portal:
- Click on the Look Up Classes link, and choose the semester you are interested in.
- Click on the Advanced Search button
- Select items from the Subject list. Since Honors courses are always G-courses, click on the first G-course category in the list, GAH, to select it. Then, hold down the Shift key, and click on the last G-course category in the list, GSS. (If you are on a mobile device like an iPad, use your usual methods to select all the G-courses).
- Go to the Attribute Type list, and click on the attribute Honors Course to select it.
- Click on Class Search. The list of available Honors courses will be displayed.
Honors Course Schedule, Fall 2020
Honors Freshman Seminar: The Life of the Mind.
Professors: Joshua Duntley, Michael Rodriguez, Kaite Yang
|GSS 2346||Honors: Social Justice in the Harry Potter World (V)
Professor: Ruibin Lu
MWF 8:30 - 9:45
Students will gain a basic understanding of various social issues, such as democracy, racial inequality, and media ethics in the United States, other countries, and the Harry Potter world. Students will learn to apply social science knowledge to the wizarding word, discover issues hidden in the book series, and critically analyze these social issues.
Honors: The Global Community (I)
Honors: CSI Effect: Myth or Reality? (W2)
Honors: Ethics & Contemporary Life (V)
Honors: Games for Change (W2)
Honors Course Schedule, Spring 2020
Honors: Fisheries in Crisis
Professor: Mark Sullivan
Honors: ETHICS & CONTEMPORARY LIFE
Professor: Micheal Busler
Honors: History of Corrections
Professor: Christine Tartaro
Honors: The Global Community
Professor: Edward Horan
Honors: Exploring the Future
Professor: Lew Leitner
Honors Advisory Committee and Faculty
Contact the Honors Director
Honors Advisory Curriculum Committee:
|Emily August, Literature||Christine Tartaro, Criminal Justice|
|Tara Crowell, Public Health||William C. Lubenow, Historical Studies|
|Deb Figart, Economics||Robert Olsen, Chemistry|
Eddie Horan, Writing Center
|Lorraine O'Flaherty, Academic Advising|
|Michael Hayse, Historical Studies||Erin O'Hanlon, Service Learning|
|Audrey Latourette, Business Law||Rich Trama, Academic Advising|
|Margaret Lewis, Biology||Kaite Yang, Psychology|
|Mark Sullivan, Marine Biology||Manish Madan, Criminal Justice|
|Michael Rodriguez, Political Science|
|Jessica Peoples, Student Representative||Taylor Ketcham, Student Representative|
- National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC)
- National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)
- Northeast Regional Honors Council (NRHC)