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HONOR 100 - Honors Seminar

2 Credits
Honors students receive personal academic counseling while writing a series of essays, personal statements and resumes to form a portfolio to compete for entrance and scholarships to four-year institutions.

Pre-requisite(s) Min GPA 3.2
Course Note For Honors Program student with min GPA of 3.2. Course may be repeated.

Designed to Serve Honors students
Active Date 2014-10-24

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 20
Contact Hours: Lecture 22 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 22
Degree Distributions: AA Humanities Area I
Course Outline
1. Research colleges and programs
2. Academic resumes vs. work resumes
3. Personal statements for general university and program admissions
4. Scholarships and financial aid
5. Professional networking and LinkedIn

Student Learning Outcomes
Identify transfer pathways that will enable the student to achieve academic/professional goals, while minimizing financial burden

Articulate their strengths, accomplishments and goals in variety of media, including essays, resumes, and online profiles

Demonstrate an understanding of the role that networking plays in regard to getting academic advice, letters of recommendation, scholarships, and other opportunities

Work effectively in a collaborative workspace and help peers in the revision process

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