GENERAL STUDIES (GS)
Gail S. Hasson, Coordinator
Office: 200 Clark Hall
GS 111 Academic Skills. One to three hours.
Prerequisite: Permission of the director of the Student Support Services Program.
A one-, two-, or three-part course in academic skills for students eligible for the Student Support Services Program. Enrollment in each of the components is based on a diagnosed need. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.
GS 391 Exceptional Studies. One to six hours.
Prerequisite: Proposals must be approved prior to enrollment.
Independent study and/or research on an approved topic, under the direction of a College of Arts and Sciences faculty member. The subject matter, methodology, goals, and objectives of the study are intended to be unique.
GS 491 Arts and Sciences Academic Internship. One to three hours.
Prerequisite: Proposals must be approved prior to registration.
Students work with a faculty member on a planned and supervised activity related to the instructional, research, or service functions of the College of Arts and Sciences.