Study Skills Courses

MENT 101 - Mentoring for University Transition

  • 1 credit hour
  • Course for first semester freshmen

This course uses a small group setting to teach both the study strategies and life skills needed for a successful transition to college.

CLST 101 - College Learning Strategies

  • 1 credit hour
  • Course for second semester freshmen and sophomores

For the second semester freshman or sophomore who needs better study strategies, this course emphasizes time management, note-taking, test-taking and various other study techniques.

CLST 105 - Strategies for Application of College Learning Skills

  • 1 credit hour
  • Course for upperclassmen

This course is for upperclassmen who struggle with time management and meeting deadlines. Small group instruction and one-on-one professor mentoring are used to help students learn accountability and experience academic success. 

INDS 200 - Career Planning and Professional Development

  • 1 credit hour
  • Course for sophomores and upperclassmen

Designed to promote and strengthen early awareness of the career development process. Students will also develop a proficiency in networking and job search techniques, resume building, and effective interviewing skills for a relevant field of interest.