Academic Skills Courses

EDHE 101 – Freshman Students on Probation

Academic Skills for College: The development of academic skills, including time management, note taking, reading textbooks, preparing for and taking examinations, and orientation to university life.  Freshman students placed on academic probation after their first semester will be required to take this course the following semester. (3 credit hours)

 

EDHE 303 – Transfer Students on Probation

Academic Skills for Transfer Students: The development of academic skills, including time management, note taking, reading textbooks, preparing for and taking examinations, and orientation to university life. First-time transfer students who go on probation at the end of their first 12 hours of enrollment are required to take this course the following semester. (3 credit hours)

 

EDHE 202 – following Suspension/Dismissal

Fundamentals of Active Learning: Required of students readmitted to the university upon return from academic suspension or academic dismissal. Students must meet contractual requirements of an academic success plan established by the academic support counselor. Requirements will include participation in workshops (topics to include comprehension, active learning, goal setting, time management, reading strategies, note taking, learning styles, etc.), individual and group meetings, logged study hours, prescribed consultations with other support units. Students must continue in the course until receiving a passing grade. (2 credit hours)