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Number:CO110
Name:First Year Seminar
Description:In this course, students deepen their understanding of a career field while improving their information-literacy, study-strategy, reading, and critical thinking skills. Topics vary by semester.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):Every Fall
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):

Course Objectives for CO110 not found.


Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
F 2012 Diversity Consciousness: Opening our Minds to People, Cultur 0-13-501463-8 Bucher, Richard D. 3RD 10 Prentice Hall, Inc.
F 2012 Focus on College Success 1-111-82752-4 Staley, Constance Co 3RD 13 Wadsworth, Inc
F 2012 LB Brief: Little, Brown Handbook, Brief 0-205-76276-X Aaron, Jane E. 4TH 11 Longman, Inc.
F 2012 Majoring in Psychology 1-4051-9063-9 Helms, Jeffrey L. 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
F 2012 Step by Step to College Career Success 0-312-63801-9 Gardner, John N. / B 4TH 11 St. Martins Press, Inc.
F 2012 Your College Experience Concise Edition : Strategies for Suc 0-312-63798-5 Gardner, John N. 9TH 11 Bedford Books
F 2011 FOCUS ON COLLEGE SUCCESS 0-495-80335-9 STALEY 2 WAD
F 2011 MAJORING IN PSYCHOLOGY 9781405190633 HELMS WILEY
F 2011 Majoring in Psychology: Achieving your Educational 1-4051-9063-3 Helms, Jeffrey L Wiley-Bl;ackwell
F 2011 MURDEROUS SCHEMES 0-19-510487-0 WESTLAKE OXF
F 2011 Murderous Schemes: An Anthology of Classic Detecti 0-195-104870-0 Westlake, Donald Oxford Univ.Pr.
F 2011 NO TEXT REQUIRED TEXT
Thomas College. Beyond Education.