INDV 110—Skills for Academic Success (2 credit hours)
College courses typically differ from high school courses by requiring more reading, moving at a faster pace, and expecting students to learn more on their own. A successful academic transition from high school to college requires that you have well-developed study skills, and some students find that their study skills could use further development. INDV 110 Skills for Academic Success helps you improve these skills. The two-credit elective course is taught by the academic advising staff in a comfortable, discussion-oriented atmosphere. The eight-week block course covers:
INDV 150—Book and Discussion (1 credit hour)
Book and Discussion is a pass/fail course offered during the first half of the semester in which students and their advisor come together to discuss a book (or two short books) of common interest.
INDV 151—Dinner and a Book (1 credit hour)
Dinner and a Book is typically an eight week course in which the instructors and students come together over a meal to discuss a book.
INDV 150—Film, Food, and Discussion (1 credit hour)
Film, Food, and Discussion is typically an eight week course in which an instructor and students view and discuss several movies of a certain topic or genre.