UNIV 204X 01N - College Success and Leadership Credit Hours: 3.00 Online - ONLNInstructor InformationChristopher Leigh[email protected]General Course InformationThis course is designed to foster a meaningful, professional relationship between thestudent and his/her faculty mentor. During the semester the student will work todiscover the importance of assuming responsibility for his/her role in the educationalprocess; receive focused guidance on curricular and professional choices that willenhance personal and professional development; identify and learn to access Universityresources and support structures designed to enhance academic and professionalsuccess and develop skills necessary for team building, leadership and enlightenedliving.Required Course MaterialsNone RequiredTextbooks and materials may be purchased online at . Forassistance in placing your order, please contact the bookstore at 1-877-393-5014. Theremay be other options for purchasing or renting textbooks from online vendors.Course Outcomes1. Develop skills and habits that promote learning and engagement.2. Develop a foundational understanding of speech communications.
3. Develop basic financial literacy skills.4. Integrate educational and career planning.5. Develop skills and knowledge to enhance physical and mental health.6. Develop foundational critical thinking skills.7. Demonstrate basic knowledge of academic integrity and informational literacy.8. Demonstrate the ability to identify and use university resources.9. Develop skills for leadership and team building.Alignment with Program Learning OutcomesAlignment with Program Learning Outcomes1. Develop Faculty/Student interactions that contribute to a positive UCexperience.2. Build positive peer relationships that lead to a positive UC experience.3. Develop study skills and habits that lead to a successful academic experience.4. Engage in experiences that promote enlightened living and communityinvolvement.5. Promote academic and co-curricular experiences that lead to student successand personal development of all first-year students.