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Applied & Interdisciplinary Studies

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1003 -- Strategies for Success -- 3 credit hours
This course examines various techniques utilized for success academically, personally, and professionally.  Opportunities for cross discipline application of concepts explored in the classroom are provided.  With a focus on "soft skills," topics include but are not limited to metacognition, self-motivation, self-management, employment of interdependence, inner dialogue, and emotional intelligence.  Course rotation: Fall and spring.  General Education: Core - Application & Integration of Knowledge.  

2101 -- Writing Fellow Theory & Practice -- 1 credit hour
Initial training for Lindsey Writes writing fellows.  Students will explore the writing process, negotiate peer tutoring roles and relationships, and synthesize Writing-Across-the-Curriculum (WAC) theory and practice. Prerequisite:  Minimum grade of B in ENGL 1023 or instructor's permission.  Course rotation:  Fall and spring.

2201 -- Writing Center Theory & Practice -- 1 credit hour

In-service training for consultants in the Lindsey Wilson College Writing Center.  Students will explore the writing process, negotiate peer tutoring roles and relationships, synthesize writing center theory and practice, and collaborate for self, client, and center development.  Prerequisite:  Minimum grade of B in ENGL 1023 or instructor's permission.  Course rotation: Fall and spring.

 

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