UNIV 1030 - Learning Strategies
Lec. 2. Credit 1.
UNIV 1030 is a course designed to strengthen the student’s connection to Tennessee Technological University by focusing on the enhancement of skills needed for academic success. This course engages the student in meaningful academic and non-academic in-and-out-of-classroom activities. It emphasizes critical thinking in the formation of academic and social goals and support groups, in self-management, and in study strategies.
Placement in Learning Strategies (UNIV 1030) is required for students who place into two or more subject areas [Math, Reading, Writing/English] of learning support.
Students may self-place to improve their study techniques for college-level work.
UNIV 1030 may be conducted as a “Special Topics” course for students who have already completed the requirement but are required to take it as a result of being readmitted on probation or after suspension. In this capacity, the course could be taken more than once with special permission under specified circumstances.
Withdrawal is not allowed except with special permission.
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