Academic Success (ACAD)

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[1] Academic Success Courses (ACAD)

1101 EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER EXPLORATION FOR THE UNDECIDED During this course, students will explore and discover with the goal of identifying values, skills, strengths, and interests for the purpose of establishing and implementing an individual academic and career plan. The experiences in this course will be useful to students as they move toward more solid decisions in selecting academic majors, minors, and internships, and making career connections in the community.

1300 JOURNEYS TO SUCCESS: EXPLORING STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT This course is designed to explore the fundamentals of college success through academic topics such as setting short-term and long-term goals, developing non-cognitive skills for success, learning to learn, decreasing the negative effects of stress, and creating an academic and financial plan for completing college. This course is required for all conditionally admitted students and conditional-prep status students during their first enrollment period.

3101 CAREER AND LIFE PLANNING ACROSS THE LIFESPAN The purpose of this course is to expose students to the tools, information, and resources that will help them develop career and life planning skills. Students will learn about values clarification, career decision-making processes, financial management, and life transition strategies.