AAC 108 - College Study Strategies3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
The course is designed to develop learning and study strategies that contribute to college and workplace success. The course is intended for students who have adequate or superior reading skills who wish to develop more efficient and effective study and critical thinking strategies. Students will be recommended for this course by advisors and faculty from various academic disciplines. Learning strategies include techniques for note taking, annotation and study of textual material, synthesizing course content, and preparing for and taking exams. Critical thinking abilities include analytical problem solving and decision making, and recognizing patterns of academic thought. Does not fulfill Humanities requirement, but is considered a general elective.
Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
Pre-Requisites: Recommended for students who pass the Placement Assessment and who score within a specific range.
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