Courses in General Electives
GNRL1100 Library and Information Studies 3 s.h.
A study of the many kinds of information sources available and how they may be accessed. Emphasis on teaching students to locate needed information using a variety of search and retrieval tools. Designed to better prepare students for academic research and assignments and also improve information literacy in general.
GNRL1900 Topics 1-3 s.h.
Specific courses that may be approved by the division responsible for their implementation, subject to the approval of the Academic Council.
GNRL2200 Applied Communication Skills 2 s.h.
Emphasis on developing skills in the areas of job interviewing, resumé writing, social and business introduction, and telephone etiquette. Practice in constructing and delivering the various kinds of speeches needed in social and business situations. Understanding the basic format and developing self-confidence are major emphasis. For Student Support Services participants only.
GNRL2910 Peer Mentor Practicum 0-1 s.h.
A practical application of the principles and skills of effective peer mentoring. Prerequisite: Instructor’s consent. This course will assist peer mentors in developing and practicing important leadership skills that are transferable to other settings. Prerequisite: Instructor’s consent.
GNRL3710 Leadership Practicum 0-3 s.h.
The practicum provides students with an opportunity to link theory and practice in the study of leadership. Students will explore a broad range of leadership topics in a weekly class; will experience those topics in real-world application; and will reflect on their experience with instructors and peers. Repeatable to a maximum of six hours. (Graded on Pass/Fail basis.) Prerequisite: Instructor's consent and permission of the appropriate university official. Students must be a House President or GSG Officer.
GNRL3900 Topics 1-3 s.h.
Specific courses that may be approved by the division responsible for their implementation, subject to the approval of the Deans Council.