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This is an accelerated course that will help students identify areas of prior learning to be evaluated for college-level equivalency. The course will also guide students through the preparation and compilation of all components required for the evaluation for course credit(s) of a portfolio of prior learning by a disciplinary assessor in a department at FHSU. Examples of such work may include, but are not limited to, employer training programs, work experience, industry certifications , military service, independent study, studying open source software, volunteering, or completing community service. UNIV 099 may only be taken as pass/no credit and may not be applied to any degree requirement in the university.

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Course designed to aid college students in the career exploration process through self-awareness, academic awareness, and career awareness. This course is intended for students exploring or confirming major options.

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This course will emphasize the skills and knowledge that the first-time freshmen who are within one year of high school graduation will need to succeed in their transition to collegiate life. This course strives to provide habits and positive skills. In addition, this class will provide students opportunities to explore the various services which Fort Hays State University (FHSU) offers, as well as how and where to obtain those services.

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This course is designed to help students learn and improve skills and strategies that are essential to academic success. Through activities, application, and reflection, the material covered in this course should support and assist students in their other courses. The course will cover: stress management, appropriate communication, critical thinking, decision making, locus of control, money management, motivation and goal setting, note taking, procrastination, learning styles, and time management.

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The course is designed to help new degree-seeking international students maximize their academic potential through an orientation to FHSU and the United States. Emphasis will be focused upon, but not limited to, learning about the American education system, developing introductory research skills, learning immigration policies, and identifying university services and resources.

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Last updated: 05/29/2019