Nov 28, 2021
HONOR 101 - Contemporary Voices 1 Credits
A series of weekly lectures by members of the community, faculty and students on various topics relating to annual themes relevant to student learning. Past themes have included the role education plays in opening doors, the pursuit of happiness, and choices in the maze. Open to all members of the Highline community. Required for Honors students.
Course Note Course may be repeated each year.
Designed to Serve General student population.
Active Date 2014-10-24
Grading System Credit/Non-Credit
Class Limit 99
Contact Hours: Lecture 11 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 11
Degree Distributions: AA Humanities Area I
The outline of speakers changes each time the course is offered. This course generally includes a balance of speakers from the community and from the campus.
Student Learning Outcomes
Reflect on the lessons shared by each speaker in an online discussion forum and draw connections to both personal experiences and challenges facing society.
Demonstrate an ability to utilize the knowledge and experience of others as a tool for shaping academic and professional goals.
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