College Exploration Seminar

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Note: This course is not available for the current semester.

Course No: FAHS.1400; Last Offered: Summer 2022;

Course Description

College Exploration Seminar is designed to: Guide rising high school Seniors through the process of exploring and researching academic majors and/or future careers that match their strengths, interests, personality, skills, and values; Introduce students to various research tools for exploring and comparing colleges; Provide an overview of the college application process (with guest speakers from both Admissions and Financial Aid) with an emphasis on best practices; Orient students to the concept of college (with an emphasis on the terminology used in higher education, the differences between high school and college, study skills & time management strategies for a successful first year, and available college resources); Provide an overview of available majors within specific categories (Arts & Humanities, Business, Education, Health, Social Sciences, STEM); Teach students to utilize different decision-making strategies regarding career choice, and to set realistic goals.

Prerequisites & Notes

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  • Credits: 1; Contact Hours: 1

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