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UNIV 1102
Learning in a Global Context II
One semester hour (2 hours contact)
This course continues the UNIV 1101 discussion and application of interdisciplinary learning and its connection to international issues. Class focuses on information literacy, memory, communication and the role these topics play in successful academic progress. Writing and discussion groups promote academic success through core curriculum focused assignments. An introduction to academic and student life resources through peer mentoring and awareness of university resources is also included, particularly as they apply to career choice through self assessment and goal setting. Students are not allowed to withdraw from this course without written authorization from the Executive Director of Programs for Academic Support and Enrichment. Prerequisite: UNIV 1101.

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