IDS 110 - General Education Seminar: The Choices We Make
Course Description: With a focus on personal and professional development, this class is designed to assist students in identifying and understanding the choices they make and how their choices positively and negatively impact their ability to reach their academic goals. Through dynamic story-telling, students will explore a variety of real-world choices and outcomes for a character they create.
General Education Elective(s): General Education
Note(s): Required but not limited to students placed on Academic Probation who are not ENG 101 eligible. Those who are eligible for ENG 101 would take PSY 125: Psychology of Success.
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Set academic and personal goals.
- Demonstrate that reaching a goal is often the result of a series of choices.
- Identify and analyze choices that support and hinder reaching goals.
- Express this understanding and information through journal writing and written storytelling.
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