Quotation of the month:
“Success consists of going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasm." -Winston Churchill
Academic Integrity Statement: Missouri Southern State University is committed to academic integrity and expects all members of the university community to accept shared responsibility for maintaining academic integrity. Students are subject to the provisions of the university’s Academic Integrity Policy, published in the Student Handbook. Penalties for academic misconduct in any course may include a failing grade on the assignment, a failing grade in the course, or any other course-related sanction the instructor determines to be appropriate. Continued enrollment in a course affirms a student’s acceptance of the university policy.
In addition, Honors students are expected to abide by the requirements and regulations of the Honors Program, and to help promote an atmosphere of honesty and responsibility in order to foster intellectual and personal growth. Any Honors student who is found responsible for violating the code of Academic Integrity by the Honors Program, or fails to uphold the behavior expected of an Honors student, will be dismissed from the program effective immediately.
Fall 2018 Honors Courses
|9230||ECON 201||Macro Economics||1:00-2:15||TR||3||Nichols||Plaster 215|
|8202||PSC 120||US Government||9:00-9:50||MWF||3||Nicoletti||Webster 208|
|8008||TH 110||Theatre Appreciation||10:00-10:50||MWF||3||Stanley||Taylor 217|
|9374||KINE 103||Lifetime Wellness||11:00-11:50||MW||2||Bruggeman||Health Sci 152|
|8367||MUS 110||Music Appreciation||2:00-2:50||MWF||3||Wilson||Fine Art 208|
|8163||ENG 111||Adv College Comp||9:30-10:45||TR||3||Rodgers||Kuhn 105|
|8164||ENG 111||Adv College Comp||11:00-12:15||TR||3||Rodgers||Kuhn 105|
|8315||HIST 110||US History 1492-1877||11:00-12:15||TR||3||Bever||Webster 223|
|8472||HNRS 101||Honors Forum||12:00-12:50||MW||2||Stanley||Taylor 217|
|8476||HNRS 101||Honors Forum||1:00-1:50||TR||2||Howarth||Taylor 217|
|8478||HNRS 201||Service Learning||1:00-1:50||M||2||Brown||Kuhn Annex 118|
|8481||HNRS 201||Service Learning||1:00-1:50||T||2||Brown||Kuhn Annex 118|
|8485||HNRS 400||Research Seminar||2:30-3:45||TR||3||Nicoletti||Taylor 217|
|8561||HNRS 400||Research Seminar||1:00-2:15||MW||3||Hogue||Plaster 320|
|8469||HNRS 495||The Film Auteur: Alfred Hitchcock||2:00-4:30||W||3||Howarth||Taylor 217|
|8447||GEOG 111||World Regional Geographies||11:00-11:50||MWF||3||Davenport||Webster 205|
|8562||HNRS 490||Senior Thesis||1:00-1:50||W||1||Stanley||Taylor 217|
|9482||TH 220||Professional Interaction*||9:30-10:45||TR||3||Lile||TETPAC 300|
*TH 220 satisfies the Oral Communication requirement in the 2018-19 course catalog.
Information on HNRS 495 Honors Seminar course:
Honors 495—The Film Auteur: Alfred Hitchcock
This course provides an overview of the life and work of film director Alfred Hitchcock, whose contributions to film began in the early 1920s, continued through his last completed film in 1976, and continue to resonate today with both filmmakers and audiences worldwide. The course will analyze many of his films while also putting them within the context of Hitchcock’s time spent in England and America, the advent of sound in film, cultural shifts and paradigms, and historical influences such as the Cold War or World War II. By the end of the course, students should be able to present critically-informed arguments about Hitchcock’s films through discussion and written assignments in which they demonstrate an understanding of key characteristics in his filmography: major themes and motifs, philosophical and psychological ideas, and stylistic features such as editing, mise-en-scene, and cinematography.
Possible films to view and discuss include The Lodger, Blackmail, The Thirty-Nine Steps, Foreign Correspondent, Rebecca, Shadow of a Doubt, Notorious, Strangers on a Train, Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho, North by Northwest, and The Birds. In addition, the class might view documentaries focusing on Alfred Hitchcock such as Hitchcock/Truffaut or 78/52.