University Studies (UNIV)
UNIV 100. College Strategies
Typically Offered: FALLSPR
This course is designed to promote the academic and personal success of first time, traditional degree-seeking students. The course employs dynamic in-class activities, collaborative learning, homework assignments, projects and journal writing. Topics include, but are not limited to, adjusting to college, campus services, times management, study skills, and academic advising.
UNIV 101. College Transitions
Typically Offered: FALLSPR
This course is designed to promote the academic and personal success of non-traditional students and students returning to college. The course employs dynamic in-class activities, collaborative learning, homework assignments, projects, and journal writing to aid in successful transition.
UNIV 195. Service Learning
Repeat Status: Repeatable up to 6.00 credits.
Typically Offered: FASPSU
Designed to increase off-campus community involvement and awareness of civic responsibility, Service Learning gives students the opportunity to earn up to six semester hours of college credit while pursuing volunteer activities that have positive impact in the community. Some examples of activities that may serve as vehicles for Service Learning include: volunteer work at non-profit organizations (e.g., Kiwanis, Lions, etc.); serving as unpaid interns in local and state government; and organizing and participating in activities that are beneficial to the community as a whole (e.g. spring clean-up drives, neighborhood watch programs, meals-on-wheels, etc.). Students interested in Service Learning should discuss options with their academic advisors and/or faculty in areas related to the proposed activity.
UNIV 229. Study Abroad
Typically Offered: FALL
This catalog number is to be used as a place-holder for financial aid and academic progress unit requirements for students spending a semester studying abroad through one of BSC's approved semester abroad programs. Once a student is enrolled in UNIV 229, a student cannot graduate from BSC until an official transcript and evaluation have been received and the credit has been posted to his or her academic record. Grading in accordance with BSC policy for transfer credits, grades will be recorded on a student's BSC record as they appear on the transcript from the host institution or transcript evaluation. This means that students will receive letter grades for work abroad. A course-by-course evaluation by World Education Services (WES) of non-U.S. postsecondary credentials is required so that credits can be transferred eventually to another institution.