Course Abstract Details

HONOR-101, College Success for Honors

Credits: 1

Course Description

HONOR-101, College Success for Honors, focuses on student attitudes and behaviors which lead to effective learning and college success. Students clarify values and set academic and personal goals. Students develop critical thinking, time management, communication, organizational skills, and study skills, including test-taking. This course is only for students participating in the Hill Scholars program. One credit. One billable hour. Additional $300 fee required.

Course Objectives and Grading Information

1. List and describe specific methods to manage time more effectively. (GE 1; PG 4,6,7)
2. List and describe specific methods to listen effectively and take better notes. (GE1; PG7)
3. List and describe specific methods to prepare for and take tests. (GE1; PG7)
4. List and describe specific methods to improve memory. (GE 1; PG7)
5. List and describe specific methods to plan written reports and projects. (GE 1,4; PG1)
6. List and describe specific methods to maintain a healthier, more balanced student life style. (GE 7; PG2,4,5)

Learning Goals

The abbreviations in parentheses represent Learning Goals which have been identified for this course and program of study:

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