Monday & Tuesday 9am-7pm
Wednesday & Thursday 9am-5pm
Location: Room 141 in the
Natural & Behavioral Sciences Building
University Foundations helps new students make a successful transition to Clayton State University and prepares them to meet the challenges of higher level learning and the demands of their chosen field. The course connects students and faculty who share a common interest by building a community of learners committed to achieving excellence. University Foundations refines academic goals, encourages a greater sense of personal responsibility, creates intentional learners, and provides the information and support that students need to earn a college degree. This discussion-based seminar helps students learn how to improve their basic skills in areas such as written communication, oral communication and critical thinking. (Institutional 2 credit hours only; counts in GPA) Students must earn a grade of a "D" or better in the CSU 1022 course to satisfy the required first-year experience program policy.
The general learning outcomes of the course include:
The objectives of the course are that students will be able to: