Quest 1 Courses
All honors students are expected to complete an honors version of the UF required Quest 1 course.
The UF Quest program invites students to consider why the world is the way it is and what they can do about it. Students examine questions that are difficult to answer and hard to ignore in a world that is swiftly changing and becoming increasingly more complex. What makes life worth living? What makes a society a fair one? How do we manage conflicts? Who are we in relation to other people or to the natural world?
Quest 1 courses fulfill the UF Quest 1 requirement and 3 credits of the General Education requirement in the Humanities. Some may also fulfill either the Diversity (D) or the International (N) requirement and/or count toward the Writing requirement - please check the schedule of courses.
Please use the UF Schedule of Courses to find times, places, and other course information.
|IDS1161||13846||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||F/3||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||15404||What is the Good Life? (Online)||F/3||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||13901||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||W/2||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||15401||What is the Good Life? (Online)||W/2||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||13904||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||F/2||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||15403||What is the Good Life? (Online)||F/2||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||13907||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||W/3||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||15402||What is the Good Life? (Online)||W/3||Walter, Lauren|
|IDS1161||15312||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||R/8||Clark, Lynne|
|IDS1161||15149||What is the Good Life? (Online)||R/8||Clark, Lynne|
|IDS1161||15346||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||R/9||Clark, Lynne|
|IDS1161||15150||What is the Good Life? (Online)||R/9||Clark, Lynne|
|IDS1161||15311||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||W/4||Nichols, Andrew|
|IDS1161||15148||What is the Good Life? (Online)||W/4||Nichols, Andrew|
|IDS1161||15310||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||W/5||Nichols, Andrew|
|IDS1161||15147||What is the Good Life? (Online)||W/5||Nichols, Andrew|
|IDS1161||15368||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||F/4||Michel, Matthew|
|IDS1161||15151||What is the Good Life? (Online)||F/4||Michel, Matthew|
|IDS1161||15369||What is the Good Life? (Face-to-Face)||F/5||Michel, Matthew|
|IDS1161||15174||What is the Good Life? (Online)||F/5||Michel, Matthew|
|IDS2935||27950||Q1 Place-making, self-making (Online)||T7/R7-8||Coenen, Jennifer|
|IDS2935||21766||Self and Society in East Asia (Face-to-Face)||MWF/5||Felt, Matthieu/Kory, Stephan|
|IDS2935||28001||Self and Society in East Asia (Online)||MWF/5||Felt, Matthieu/Kory, Stephan|
|IDS2935||21801||The Anatomy of a Story (Face-to-Face)||MWF/4||Reynolds, Alison|
|IDS2935||28021||The Anatomy of a Story (Online)||MWF/4||Reynolds, Alison|
|IDS2935||27275||# Sayhername (Online)||T4-5/R4||Garcia, Elizabeth|
IDS1161: What is the Good Life?
Honors sections: Consult One.UF
Course Description: Drawing on the disciplines that make up the Humanities, this course investigates the very nature of the human condition. Students examine the ways different people from different societies across time conceptualize the good life, the meaning and value individuals ascribe to the lives that they live or want to live, and the choices, costs, and benefits of the good life.
IDS2935: Place-Making, Self-Making
Explores concepts of home as a geographical and affective entity, realized through narrative as well as lived experience
IDS2935: Self and Society in East Asia
Course Description: interdisciplinary course considers the nature of identity through examination of traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese texts. These materials broach essential questions of the human experience and occupy central positions in the contemporary cultural identity of East Asia. No previous familiarity with Asian history or culture is expected.
IDS2935 The Anatomy of a Story
All of us need to be creative and analytical, empathetic and intuitive, and skilled critical thinkers and communicators, and immersion in the medical humanities will hone these abilities. To do this, we will explore, discuss, and reflect upon experiences with medicine as they are portrayed in film, literature, non-fiction, poetry, music, and art.
IDS2935: # Sayhername
This course will explore the ways African American, Latina, Asian American, and Native American women have challenged patriarchy within and outside of their own communities through both overtly feminist organizations and within movements for racial and class justice such as labor and cultural nationalist movements.