ACS 111: College Success Seminar
This course enables students to analyze and evaluate the beliefs, attitudes, behaviors and skills that lead to academic, career and personal success. Through self-assessment, readings, activities and journal writing, students will synthesize data in order to improve self-management, increase self-esteem and maximize learning. Other topics include money management, effective use of college resources, critical thinking and decision making and effective writing and communication. Academic, career and personal goal setting will be explored. The title of this course was previously First Year Experience Seminar.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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