Spring 2021 Featured Courses

Healthcare Innovation graduate courses

Graduate courses act as Honors credit, as long as you earn a grade of B- or higher

Honors students are invited to take one or more courses in Healthcare Innovation on a space-available basis. Courses must be taken in sequence:

  • NURS 5111: Healthcare Innovation Theory and Application (Spring)
  • NURS 5112: Healthcare Opportunities for System Level Solutions (Fall)
  • NURS 5113: Developing & Leading a Sustainable Culture of Healthcare Innovation (Spring)
  • NURS 5114: Healthcare Innovation Development (Fall)

Contact Dr. Tiffany Kelley to discuss your interest in and fitness for these courses. The sequence is not recommended for first-year students.

NRE 4370: Population Dynamics (Conversion Opportunity)

Instructor: Tracy Rittenhouse

Open to students with more than 50 credits.
Recommended preparation: STAT 1100Q and EEB 2244

While this is not an Honors course, Dr. Rittenhouse welcomes Honors students of all majors and would be happy to offer Honors conversions for interested students. 

Why do some wildlife populations become over abundant while others decline towards extinction?  Learn how to create and game a mathematical model, a skill-set applicable to all STEM majors, while also learning why black bear populations are growing throughout North America and African wild dogs nearly went extinct.