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Spring 2018 Honors Courses

Honors Seminar: Technology and Society: The Digital Revolution from Both Sides

Course number: 1986 HON200-T2
Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00 to 3:15 pm (Haverhill campus).
Instructors: Ethel Schuster and Sheila Pierre

Technology is everywhere, and even if we take it for granted it is easy to see that it influences our lives. Every new technology offers some benefits but also some disadvantages. How do our lifestyles, our values and social norms influence technology? Where do new technologies come from, how are they picked up and used, and why are they crafted the way they are? Addressing these questions, in this course we will explore the positive and negative impact of digital technologies with an aim to get a firm understanding of their impact on society.

Honors English Composition II

Course number: 1987 ENG102-HON
Monday/Wednesday 11:00 am to 12:15 pm (Haverhill Campus)
Instructor: Tom Greene

An Honors section of English Composition II, with an emphasis on experiential learning, research, and presentation.

Honors Statistics

Course number: 1616 MAT125-HON
Monday/Wednesday 2:00 pm to 3:40 pm (Haverhill Campus)
Instructor: Rachel King

An Honors section of Statistics, with an emphasis on experiential learning, research, and presentation.


For information about the Commonwealth Honors Program at NECC, contact:

Ginger Hurajt
Honors Coordinator

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