INTD 0150


Compass: Foundations for the Road Ahead
The transition to college coincides with a range of increased developmental expectations and challenges. Some essential developmental tasks are exploring interests, building relationships, solidifying identities, and creating pathways to a life of meaning. In addition, mastering the college experience includes gaining and applying new skills to increasingly complex contexts. Utilizing literature from Psychology and Education, we will explore critical developmental tasks and associated skills that drive healthy outcomes for college-age students. We will then work collaboratively to begin honing essential skills and practice applying them over the semester. Through written assignments, projects, and presentations, students will leave the course prepared to experience their liberal arts education with greater intention and be better prepared to live engaged, consequential, and creative lives. (Open to first semester, first year students.)
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
CHEM 0123
AMLT 1002
ITAL 1003
FYSE 1344
FYSE 1046
FYSE 1566 *
FOOD 1003
FYSE 1038
FYSE 1585
ITAL 0356
FYSE 1044

Sections in Fall 2004