College Skills Classes

College success classes gives you 'college knowledge'

Effective Learning – Strategies for College Success (PSYC 1300)

Effective Learning – Strategies for College Success (PSYC 1300) is an optional, 3-credit class that provides the “college knowledge” you need to succeed.

PSYC 1300 is designed for new and returning students. It connects you to a support system of caring faculty and other college students who want to:

  • Set and pursue effective personal, academic, and career goals.
  • Manage their college courseload.
  • Master effective study skills.
  • Create a realistic college plan.
  • Balance life outside the classroom.

This is a required course for the Associate of Arts in General Studies. Other students can take the class for elective credit and receive  valuable lessons that support learning for life.

Look for PSYC 1300 times and locations in the course schedule under Student Development.

For more information, contact an advisor or counselor.

Frameworks for Mathematics and Collegiate Learning (EDUC 1300)

Frameworks for Mathematics and Collegiate Learning (EDUC 1300) is a 3-credit class that is part of the New Mathways Project. It is designed to help you develop the strategies necessary to succeed in college coursework, especially in developmental mathematics and in your future career.

EDUC 1300 is designed to be taken concurrently with MATD 0455 Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning and provides a collaborative setting for college students who want to:

  • Build community and connect to campus resources
  • Develop and maintain motivation for college success
  • Develop and use effective study strategies and skills
  • Find their direction in college

 

This course meets the requirements for the Associate of Arts degree in General Studies in Liberal Arts. Students who are interested in the course should contact the Math Department at (512) 223.8299 for information, eligibility, and registration in the New Mathways Project courses.

For more information, contact an advisor or counselor.