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2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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◎ CE 300 - Academic Planning and Career Foundations


(3 S.H.)

This course guides students through an individualized process of considering what it means to become a scholarly person and engaged citizen. The course is particularly relevant to students developing a customized degree through Professional Studies, and is also a helpful course for students in any college who are unsure about their major focus. The course helps students develop their own educational plan by guiding them in a process to reflect on their career interests, their personal stages of development, what they want to learn, and the best way to learn it. This course utilizes a variety of dynamic, web-based tools and offers advanced learning topics in critical thinking, time management, memory, and other study skills. While most students often focus first on their vocational goals in higher education, this course also challenges students to consider their community involvement and lifelong learning needs, as well as social justice and multicultural concerns. Grade and P/NC.


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