Interdisciplinary Studies

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Dean: Mario Valente

Office: Building OC1200, 760.795.6637

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INTR 100: Foundation Skills for the College Experience

Units: 4
Prerequisites: None
Acceptable for Credit: CSU, UC
Lecture 4 hours. (4999.00)
Course Typically Offered: Fall

This course prepares new and returning students to develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors that are necessary for academic and personal success. Students learn how to adapt to the college environment and prepare for academic achievement and lifelong learning. Topics include strategic study skills, time management, educational planning, student services, and resources to promote academic and personal success, career assessment and exploration, goal setting, computer basics, and effective use of library and learning resources. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for COUN 100, COUN 105, COUN 110, CRLP 100, or INTR 100.