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300-Level Courses in CHSS

CHSS 310: Introduction to Entrepeneurship (1 Credits)

Introduces students to the intellectual underpinnings of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial leadership, social innovation, intrapreneurship, and social enterprise development. Students shape a entrepreneurial learning plan for their own professional development in line with their career aspirations.

CHSS 390: Peer Tutoring in Writing across the Disciplines (1 credit. Credits)

Experiential learning course in teaching of writing across disciplines. Students receive Writing Center training in theory and techniques of tutoring writing and work a minimum of 3 hours per week in Writing Center. Focus is on practical application of writing theory and pedagogy from course readings, development of tutoring skills, and self-reflection through journals and final paper. Notes: Students must submit two faculty recommendations and a sample of recent academic writing, and complete an interview with the director of the Writing Center. May be repeated within the degree for a maximum 3 credits.
Recommended Prerequisite: Grade of A in ENGL 302/ENGH 302, 60 credits, and overall minimum GPA of 3.00 with a minimum GPA in major of 3.50.
Schedule Type: Internship