UNVS 1002

University Seminar 1002, First Year Seminar II, is a 1-credit academic course that introduces first-year students to the opportunities to discover major interests through applied learning and other career-oriented experiences. The course exposes students to career paths and encourages major exploration through discussions with faculty, informational interviews, reading, and opportunities to practice skills needed to be a more efficient student.

    • Introduces first-year students to opportunities for discovering major interests through applied learning andĀ  other career-oriented experiences.
    • Exposes students to career paths and encourage major exploration through discussions with faculty members, informational interviews, opportunities to practice skills needed to be a more effective student, and opportunities to reflect on knowledge learned, readings, and experiences.
    • Prerequisite First Year Seminar I.

In this course, students will learn how to

    • Use resources for deciding on a major, explore career paths, and set goals for future academic and professional development.
    • Prepare and conduct an informational interview.
    • Interact with faculty members to better explore disciplines to help determine major options.
    • Develop and present a portfolio and action plan to share with classmates.
    • Refine your goals and attain a greater awareness of the interconnectedness of experiences and academic course work through group discussion and reflection.

UNVSĀ 1002. First Year Seminar II. 1 Credit Hour.

This is a one-credit course that introduces first-year students to the opportunities to discover major interests through applied learning and other career-oriented experiences. The course exposes students to career paths and encourages major exploration through discussions with faculty, informational interviews, readings, and opportunities to practice skills needed to be a more effective student.

Class Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes: Freshman 0 to 29 Credits

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.