General Education (GNED)

GNED 100  Adult Academic Success Seminar  (2 credits)

Restriction(s): For Center for Adult Learning students only. This course is designed for the adult student who is returning to college after some time away or entering college for the first time. It provides students with strategies and information essential to the enhancement of their academic and social success. This course affords adult students the opportunity to experience the larger campus community while learning skills for effective study, retrieval and evaluation of information, critical thinking, problem solving, and the development of life-long learning skills. Meets Gen Ed - New Student Seminar.

GNED 199  New Student Seminar  (1 credit)

This course prepares first-year students for college-level work and campus life. It acquaints students with university expectations and resources and provides them with the academic skills and strategies to allow them to succeed as college students. It addresses the social and personal issues that students face as well as helping them to appreciate and grow from campus diversity. Meets Gen Ed - New Student Seminar.