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100 College Majors and Career Exploration 1 Career development and the decision-making process; exploration of academic majors and careers. Credit not granted for both UNIV 100 and 101.

101 College Majors and Career Choice V 1-3 Establish initial connections to campus and community; cultivate a college success mindset through collaborative, experiential learning. Credit not granted for both UNIV 100 and 101.

101 (Effective through Summer 2024) College Majors and Career Choice 2 Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Career development and the decision-making process; exploration of academic majors and careers. Credit not granted for both UNIV 100 and 101.

104 College Success Seminar 2 Course Prerequisite: Less than 30 credits. Explore how to successfully navigate college; topics include student identity, cultural lenses, academic skills, university resources; utilizes a collaborative learning environment.

110 Developing Academic Strategies for Reading and Writing 4 Course Prerequisite: TOEFL iBT 64-75, TOEFL PBT 185-205, or IELTS 5.5-6; Undergraduate Bridge students only. Development of academic English vocabulary, grammatical competence, reading strategies, and academic writing skills.

111 Developing Academic Strategies for Listening and Discussion 4 Course Prerequisite: UNIV 110 with a grade of B or better; TOEFL iBT of 64-75, TOEFL PBT of 185-205, or IELTS of 5.5-6; Undergraduate Bridge students only. Refinement of academic English skills, focusing on listening and speaking in classroom contexts, as well as further development of critical thinking skills and academic success strategies in an American university setting.

198 Foundations of Academic Research 1 Introduction to secondary research and scholarly communication; information-seeking, evaluation, and use; critical reflection on biases, authority, misinformation, and research process.

199 Introduction to Directed Research V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 credits. Introduction to independent research, scholarship, reading analysis, creative project, or field experiences.

204 First-Year Career Exploration and Design Thinking V 1-2 Development of strategies for turning college success into personal and professional success. Recommend preparation: UNIV 104.

250 Success in College and Beyond 1 Academic skills and strategies that are critical for college success and personal growth.

295 Introduction to Models of Leadership 2 Introduction to leadership theories; development of personal leadership skills and application of leadership strategies via experiential learning.

300 Accessing Information for Research 1 Scholarly research process and strategies, with emphasis on electronic resources for conducting academic research in the disciplines.

301 Career Exploration and Professional Development 1 Course Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Career exploration through various types of research and professional development work including self assessments and preparation for entry into professional environments.

304 Transfer Student Seminar 2 Course Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Seminar for students with transfer credit to acclimate to the university and develop skills for academic, personal, and career success.

394 Research Skills V 1-2 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 credits. Basic research skills including developing experiments, reading literature, building mentor/mentee relationship.

398 Internship V 2-15 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 15 credits. Cooperative educational internship with a business, government or non-profit organization. S, F grading.

490 Global Leadership Experience 1 (0-3) Course Prerequisite: By permission only; admitted to the Global Leadership Certificate program. Intensive or sustained experiential global learning through experiences such as education abroad or local intercultural activities. S, F grading.

491 Global Leadership Integrative Capstone 1 Course Prerequisite: Admitted to the Global Leadership Certificate program. Integrative culminating experience for global leadership.

492 Education Abroad Integrative Capstone 1 Integrative culminating experience for education abroad. Recommended preparation: Study abroad.

493 Global Leadership Experience 1 Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Enhancement of student skills, perspectives, and competencies relating to global experience at home or abroad.

494 Advanced Research Skills V 1-2 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 credits. Course Prerequisite: UNIV 394; admitted to the MARC-WSU program. Advanced research skills including research ethics, science communication, building professional networks.

496 Experiences in Health Care V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 credits. Work or shadowing experience under supervision of a qualified professional in a clinic. S, F grading.

497 Peer Leadership V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 credits. Development of leadership and interpersonal skills for specific peer leadership and paraprofessional positions.

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