ACS 111: College Success Seminar

In this course, students will 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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