Liberal Arts Seminars (LASE) & Exploring the Liberal Arts (ELA) Classes

Spring 2022 Classes

ELA has courses on study skills, leadership, College resources and making the most of your liberal arts degree. These classes count as part of the 18 non-College credits you are allowed.  NOTE: Students entering in fall 2021 will be limited to 12 non-College credits.
LASE classes are liberal arts seminars offered on a range of topics; see below.

Note: LASE classes count as College credit; ELA classes count as non-College credit (effective fall 2015).

Engaging the Liberal Arts (ELA) Classes

TBD.

Liberal Arts Seminars (LASE)

LASE 2510 Hoos Got This: Life Skills and Learning Strategies | Section 001, 002, 003, 004 (Karlin Luedtke and Christy Rotman)
This class exposes students to evidence-based approaches to the learning process, introduces effective study strategies and life skills, and faclitates the utilization of university resources that offer student support. Course topics include the science of learning, metacognition, goal setting, and learning and time management strategies among others. Students will have the flexibility to self-select topics and assignments most relevant to them. This is a one-credit, asynchronous class offered for CR/NC only. Instructor permission required for sections 001, 002 and 003.
Please note: Students enrolling in LASE 2510 should not simultaneously enroll in LASE 3510.

LASE 3111 Skills of Scholarship | Section 002 (Jennifer LaFleur)
Skills of Scholarship is a three-credit course designed to help you expand your critical thinking skills, including building your awareness of the process of observing, analyzing, and reasoning. This course will strengthen your ability to evaluate arguments, read critically, manage academic goals, and communicate effectively in written and spoken form.  Prerequisites: LASE 2110 and LASE 3110.

LASE 3111 Skills of Scholarship | Section 003 and 004 (Kevin Rose)
Skills of Scholarship is a three-credit course designed to help you expand your critical thinking skills, including building your awareness of the process of observing, analyzing, and reasoning. This course will strengthen your ability to evaluate arguments, read critically, manage academic goals, and communicate effectively in written and spoken form.  Prerequisites: LASE 2110 and LASE 3110.

LASE 3510 Academic Realities and Strategies for Success | Section 001 and 003 (Jennifer LaFleur)
Academic Realities & Strategies for Success is a 1-credit, graded course that introduces students who have struggled academically in the previous semester to effective study strategies, University resources & life skills that support student success. Class covers a range of content relevant to academic performance, including time & stress management, critical thinking skills, and life strategies for achieving success in the college environment.  Instructor permission required.
Please note: Students enrolling in LASE 3510 should not simultaneously enroll in LASE 2510.