Course Descriptions

AASC 3301 Lifelong Learning and Portfolio Development

Required of all students who pursue completion of the BAAS and BGS degree programs. This course lays the foundation for the program of study by investigating current issues in the philosophy of higher education, namely: establishing academic, personal, and professional goals for degree completion; introducing students to the portfolio process; and helping students to improve their abilities to think critically and to communicate more effectively.

Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 and ENGL 1302 or their equivalents with a grade of "C" or better.

Department Policy for AASC 3301
Students enrolled in the BAAS, ABAS, BGS, and ABGS programs must be enrolled in AASC 3301 by the second semester they are eligible to take the course. Students who drop the course will be re-enrolled the following semester; students who drop the course a second time without approval from the Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences will not be allowed to continue in the program. Students who do not pass the course with a C or higher will be re-enrolled each semester until a satisfactory grade is earned.

 

AASC 4301 Senior Seminar

Required of all students who pursue completion of the BAAS and BGS degree programs. This course completes the assessment of the personal, educational, and professional goals and outcomes set forth in AASC 3301.

Prerequisite: Grade of “C” or better in AASC 3301 and senior standing. Students will enroll in the class during their final semester of coursework.