410-510. Educational Tours. (Name of dept. or program)
Tours taken under supervision of the university. Exact nature of course will be defined by the department involved and approved by the vice president for academic affairs. Considered residence credit. 1-6 Cr.
199-499. Independent Study. (Name of dept. or program)
Offered at the discretion of departments, this program is intended for the very able, motivated student whose intellectual needs are partially served by serious independent study. Permission of instructor required. May be repeated. 1-3 Cr.
Internships are offered at the discretion of departments. Course number and number of credits are determined by the departments. Contact departmental offices for further information. 16 credits maximum in any one program. 1-16 Cr.
196. Short Courses. (Name of dept. or program)
Specific subjects selected to meet educational needs. Exact nature of course will be defined by the department. 1-3 Cr.
400. Special Problems. (Name of dept. or program)
A seminar or conference course for advanced students wishing to work out a special problem in the academic area. 1-3 Cr.
488. (Name of dept. or program)
Exact nature of the course to be offered on television will be defined by the department. 1-3 Cr.
495-595. Workshop. (Name of dept. or program)
Specific subjects selected to meet special educational needs, offered in a format different from the typical scheduled course. Exact nature of the course will be defined by the department. 1-3 Cr.
COLL 110. Reading and Study Strategies.
Application of problem solving strategies, study strategies, notetaking and test taking to enhance individual learning experiences and to prepare for examinations in college course work. 2 Cr. F, S, SUM.
COLL 111. Career and Life Planning.
Exploration of ways life experiences, personal characteristics, interests, motives, values, and abilities influence career choice and adjustment. Information-gathering and decision-making strategies, decisions related to the complex world of work, career hunting techniques, and personality styles as related to career choice and development. 2 Cr. F, S.
COLL +120. Power Reading.
Instruction and practice in strategies to enhance critical reading and reading flexibility through the application of efficient comprehension strategies and vocabulary development. 2 Cr. F, S, SUM. Grading option: S-U, A-F.
COLL 121. Orientation for Non-Traditional Students.
This course is designed to acquaint entering non-traditional students with the services of the university as well as the Learning Resources Center. 1 Cr. F.
COLL 150. Discovering the College Experience.
Student behaviors, attitudes, skills, and information to achieve college success. Topics include time management, goal setting, academic programs and advising, student services and resources, relationships and health. Format includes interactive exercises, guest lecturers and application assignments. Not for credit if coll 121 or ESL 150 completed. 2 Cr. F, S.
ESL 150. Cultural Orientation for International Students.
Social and academic life on a United States (US) campus. Focus on cultural adjustment cycle and strategies that help students integrate themselves in US campus life. Required for entering and transfer undergraduate international students who have never studied in the US. 2 Cr. F, S.
THE CENTER FOR CONTINUING STUDIES/255-3081
Web site: www.stcloudstate.edu/continuingstudies
Evening classes provide education opportunities to part-time students and others who cannot attend during the day. Students now may complete an Associate in Arts degree, an Associate in Elective Studies degree, or a Bachelor of Electives Studies degree, as well as selected Bachelor of Arts/Sciences degrees in selected majors by attending SCSU only for evening classes. Students interested in learning more about these options should contact the Center.