CAS-College of Arts & Sciences Courses

Courses

CAS 101. Success in Biology and Natural Sciences. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in the biology in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of biology and natural sciences.

CAS 102. Success in Chemistry and Natural Sciences. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in the Chemistry in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of chemistry and natural sciences.

CAS 103. Success in the Sciences. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in the sciences in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of science.

CAS 104. Success n Soc/ Behavioral Sci. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an edcuation in the social and behavioral sciences in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of social and behavioral sciences.

CAS 105. Success in Psychology and Social Sciences. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce freshmen to an education in psychology and the social sciences in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of psychology and social sciences.

CAS 106. Success in the Humanities. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in the humanities in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of the humanities.

CAS 107. Success in Music. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in music in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of music.

CAS 108. Success in Communication. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in communication in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of communication.

CAS 109. Success in World Cultures and Foreign Languages. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in foreign languages and world cultures in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of world cultures and foreign languages.

CAS 110. Success in Art. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in art in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of art.

CAS 111. Success in Theatre. 2 Hours.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to an education in theatre in context of the university. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in the study of theatre.

CAS 112. Success in College. 1 Hour.

The objective of this course is to introduce incoming freshmen to a successful path in college. It is meant to help prepare students for a successful collegiate career in any field of study.

CAS 399. Perceptions:Poverty in Amer/SL. 3 Hours.

This service-learning course engages students in critical analysis of perceptions and policies about poverty in the United States while providing essential tax preparation and services to members of our local community. Academic coursework will focus on perceptions and misperceptions of those in poverty, race and poverty, socioeconomic issues faced by low-income families, federal and state policies toward working families, predatory lending practices that erode wealth, and strategies to address poverty in the United States.

CAS 400. General Studies Career Readiness Capstone Project. 1 Hour.

This capstone experience course is designed for students who opted for an interdisciplinary major to develop a portfolio and reflect on their academic accomplishments, interdisciplinary intellectual interests, and the skills they have acquired in light of their specific career goals.