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Students will attain a basic knowledge of cognition as it applies to learning. They will learn to apply their knowledge of strategies, skills, and attitude through active monitoring of their own lifestyle, decision-making, and self-regulation in an effort to improve upon their overall academic success and view of learning.
Prerequisite(s): Students must have completed fewer than 60 credit units.
Note: INTS 100 may be used as an elective only under Requirement 7 in the College of Arts & Science and may not be used towards any major requirements. Students with credit for PSY 101 will not receive credit for this course.
The following delivery methods are available for some of the courses in this program.
Please refer to the course description for course specific delivery methods.