University Studies (UNI)
An introduction to the academic structures and expectations of the University including the E-portfolio process.
An academic enrichment course which provides students with strategies and practical experience for academic success. Topics to be covered include research skills, critical thinking applications, and effective study skills.
Designed for undecided college students. Explore career options and majors. Topics include interest testing, career information, decision-making skills, and job finding strategies. Course does not count toward graduation.
Course provides practical strategies for assessing personal and academic challenges, honing critical thinking skills to make informed decisions, improving learning and time management skills, tracking progress toward personal goals.
Students trained as peer advisors will lead discussions, campus field trips and work with faculty advisors in the design and implementation of the freshamn introduction to campus life and classes. (Prerequisite: Permission of the Executive Director CAE or Dean of University College)
Prepares students to participate on an active research team, with the guidance of (a) faculty research mentor(s), pursing a line of research.
Engages students in original research that advances knowledge and seeks to improve community conditions.
Empowers students to synthesize information and knowledge gained from original research into a meaningful, coherent, and public body of work.
This course will provide necessary steps, tools, and resources future graduates need in completing their undergraduate career and pursuing a graduate degree. Designed for students graduating within one year.