FYE First-Year Experience

FYE   1000   Conversations with Prof

0 Credit Hours.   0 Lecture Hours.   0 Lab Hours.

FYE   1220   First-Year Seminar

2 Credit Hours.   1.5 Lecture Hour.   0.5 Lab Hours.

Thematic seminar designed to promote information literacy skills and support students' cognitive and affective integration into the University community. Required during the first semester for all students new to the University (except for transfer students with 30 hours or more); students may not withdraw.

Cross Listing(s): FYE   1220H.

FYE   1220H   First-Year Seminar

2 Credit Hours.   1.5 Lecture Hour.   0.5 Lab Hours.

Thematic seminar designed to promote information literacy skills and support students' cognitive and affective integration into the University community. Required during the first semester for all students new to the University (except for transfer students with 30 hours or more); students may not withdraw.

Cross Listing(s): FYE   1220.

FYE   1410   Global Citizens

1 Credit Hour.   1 Lecture Hour.   0 Lab Hours.

Graduates in all fields face many challenges in today's world that require the ability to think and engage globally. Doing so requires recognizing that different cultural perspectives influence the understanding of world issues. In this seminar, students explain factors that contribute to their cultural perspective, apply multiple cultural perspectives to global issues, and then apply this knowledge through engagement with local communities or problems. Faculty from across the University design courses drawing on examples from their disciplines, and students are encouraged to selection sections offered by faculty in their fields or potential fields. In preparation for subsequent coursework as upper-class students, first-year students enroll in this course in their second semester.

Prerequisite(s): FYE   1220.

Cross Listing(s): FYE   1410H.

FYE   1410H   Global Citizens

1 Credit Hour.   1 Lecture Hour.   0 Lab Hours.

Graduates in all fields face many challenges in today's world that require the ability to think and engage globally. Doing so requires recognizing that different cultural perspectives influence the understanding of world issues. In this seminar, students explain factors that contribute to their cultural perspective, apply multiple cultural perspectives to global issues, and then apply this knowledge through engagement with local communities or problems. Faculty from across the University design courses drawing on examples from their disciplines, and students are encouraged to selection sections offered by faculty in their fields or potential fields. In preparation for subsequent coursework as upper-class students, first-year students enroll in this course in their second semester.

Prerequisite(s): FYE   1220.

Cross Listing(s): FYE   1410.

FYE   2090   Selected Topics in First-Year Experience

1-3 Credit Hours.   1-3 Lecture Hours.   0 Lab Hours.

Selected topics in First-Year Experience offered on an irregular basis. Individual sections carry a subtitle.

Prerequisite(s): FYE   1220.

FYE   2212   Teaching Internship in First-Year Experience

1 Credit Hour.   0 Lecture Hours.   1 Lab Hour.

Provides selected sophomore, junior and senior students an opportunity to develop leadership and mentoring skills through their involvement with FYE   1220: First-Year Seminar. Includes training in counseling, communication, problem solving, classroom management, and conflict resolution skills. Under the supervision of the First-Year Experience program and the faculty member teaching the FYE   1220 course, students in FYE   2212 lead classroom discussions and activities, assess student work, and serve as a resource for first-year students.