Life Skills Courses
Freshman Seminar GE110 is a one-credit course that is taught by faculty ad staff who received special training to assist first-year students to plan their education and meet the demands of undergraduate study with the ultimate goal of earning a degree. Overall concepts investigated include exploring campus resources, identity development, personal accountability, civic engagement, academic skills, careers, and majors. The course seeks to assist students toward self-actualization and integration to in the life of the campus community.
Freshman Seminar GE 111 is designed to provide an opportunity for students to learn more about their major field of study and the professional behavior essential to their chosen careers. Through this professional seminar, students will begin the important process of collecting information about career paths, graduate schools, internship opportunities, professional expectations and conduct, ethics, and SERVICE.