Academic Foundations SLS 2901 is a three-credit, discussion-based introductory seminar designed to facilitate students' successful acclimation to the university, development of academic strategies, and exploration of careers and majors. The course aims to prepare students for a successful college experience and provides students with the necessary knowledge and experiences to be academically and personally success at USF.
Each class consists of approximately 25 students and is taught by a caring and committed instructor. The course is built around the themes of building community, learning about campus resources, developing effective academic skills, exploring major and career interests, and considering personal character and values.
- Campus Resources
- Learning and Study Strategies
- Goal Setting
- Degree & Career Planning
- Academic Integrity
- Critical Thinking
- Managing Time & Money
- Library & Technology Resources
- Health & Wellness
- Undergraduate Research
- Diversity & Globalization
- Involvement in the Campus Community
We are proud of our first year academic programs, and we hope Academic Foundations will become a valuable beginning to your college experience at the University of South Florida!
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