We invite all those eligible to consider participating in the Honors Program of the College in Philosophy.
There are two ways you can do so.
1. Honors Contract:
Philosophy instructors will identify people who have a keen interest in thinking about and discussing philosophical issues and some skill in expressing themselves in different media They will be invited to:
a.) participate in a Philosophy Class with specific assignments arranged for them in consultation with the instructor. They receive honors credit for the class through a notation on the transcript. They fill out and sign a contract with the instructor.
b.) participate in discussions with other honors students on philosophical issues of interest to the group:
2. Honors Class:
Taking an Honors section of a Philosophy class here at the college.
The experience can prove as rewarding as it is challenging.
Eligibility for Honors Class:
Incoming students with an 85 or higher average in High School
Any QCC student with a GPA of 3.4 or higher.
What are Honors Classes?
Intellectually stimulating environment
Smaller , more interactive classes
Recognition for superior effort
What they are NOT
Not more issues covered than the regular class
Not more work than the regular class
What you get from a QCC Honors Class in Philosophy:
Greater depth in reading materials offered and required
More class discussions based on required readings
More discussion in class assuming that the class has done the required reading prior to class
More challenging and academically rewarding assignments - greater depth
An Honors Philosophy class is for you if you:
So enroll in an Honors class
How do you get into an Honors Class?
Contact the Honors program to become an honors student at QCC. The program will provide any eligible student with authorization to register into an honors class. It is an early registration appointment and the seats are reserved.:
Honors Scholars Program
Dr. Arthur Corradetti
Administration Building: Room 503