University of Wyoming (UWYO)
1000. IC for Undeclared Students. 2. [(none)<>I, L] An introduction to the intellectual community of the University of Wyoming, information literacy, and higher education in general, and is specifically intended for students who have not yet made a decision about their college major. Students will begin to develop the critical thinking skills that are necessary in higher education and to explore the primary intellectual activities of various disciplines. Cross listed with A&S 1000. Prerequisites: none.
1050. Student-Athlete First Year Seminar. 1. Introduces first-year student athletes to U.W. Includes an introduction to campus resources, time management and study skill techniques, exploration of learning styles, diversity topics, and strategic goal setting to be a successful student and athlete. S/U only. Prerequisites: none.
1205. Student Success Services First Year Seminar. 1. [(none)<>I, L] First year students enrolled in the Student Success Services project will learn how to utilize campus resources and understand, her/his interests and values and develop the ability to establish and work toward short-term and long-term career goals, apply personalized study strategies and interpret university, college, and departmental rules and regulations. Prerequisite: Freshman only (exclusively for students who are part of the SSS project).
1210. First Year Experience Seminar II. 1. Provides students opportunities to explore career options that match their personality profile; create goals to optimize their college years; understand the value of service learning in their college and professional careers, and recognize how awareness of self and others leads to success in college and their professional careers. Satisfactory/unsatisfactory only. Prerequisite: UWYO 1205.
1450. Critical Reflection in Intellectual Communities. 3. [(none)<>I, L] Intellectual Community course for the Synergy learning community. Supports WA reading, research, and writing activities. Provides opportunities for students to read critically, conduct primary and secondary research, investigate diversity issues, develop computer literacy, and learn about the intellectual expectations of college life. Unaffiliated with a major department. Prerequisites: none.
1600. Veterans Transition Course. 1. [(none)<>I, L] Provides returning veterans skills for successful transition to college life. Reviews basic tools for academic success, resources available to the returning veteran, and information on veteran related challenges. Students will write a reflective paper and also a career plan. Prerequisites: none. (Normally offered fall semester)
3000. Student Leadership in Supplemental Instruction. 2. Focuses on theoretical perspectives of group tutoring and peer leadership, best practices in supplemental instruction, and student reflection. Will strengthen leadership knowledge and skills and introduce effective methods for group facilitation and SI curriculum. Prerequisite: closed to general enrollment.