2019 Spring Term Honors Course Substitutions

Given the interdisciplinary nature of many honors college courses, there are a few that I will approve to fulfill requirements in the P&P major, even though they are not offered through the PS, PHIL/HPS, or ECON departments. Listed here are the substitutions you can make for the 2019 Spring Term (2194):

COMMRC 1162 - Invention: Where Do Good Ideas Come From?
Can be used to fulfill a course in the "political science" OR "philosophy" component

HIST 0713 - A Global History of Anarchism (NOTE: This is a LOWER-LEVEL course)
Can be used to fulfill a course in the "political science," "philosophy," OR "economics" component

HIST 0753/RELGST 0454 - Rise of Islam: 500-1200 CE (NOTE: This is a LOWER-LEVEL course)
Can be used to fulfill a course in the "political science" OR "philosophy" component

HIST 1047 - Communism
Can be used to fulfill a course in the "political science" OR "philosophy" component

HONORS 1510 - Special Topics (Health Justice)
Can be used to fulfill a course in the "political science" component

HONORS 1510 - Special Topics (Gender in the Workplace)
Can be used to fulfill a course in the "political science" component

If there's a course not listed here (it doesn't have to be offered through the honors college, either) that you wish to have considered as a substitution within the P&P major, please contact David Hornyak (remember, the P&P major is thematic by nature).