Advising Areas: Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice & Legal Studies
Office Address: 321C Richard M. DeVos Center
Phone: (616) 331-6890
PA390 Leadership Dynamics, Grand Valley State University - Example Syllabus
Examines and applies leadership issues, concepts, and situations that are evident in various community and public or nonprofit organizational contexts.
Offered once a year. Three credits
LIB100 Introduction to Liberal Education, Grand Valley State University - Example Syllabus
A study of the nature and importance of liberal education, including the education of the adult free citizen, through extensive reading of classical and modern texts and through examination of the contemporary state of liberal education in the university and society. Fulfills Philosophy and Literature Foundation. Three credits.
FS100 Freshman Seminar, Grand Valley State University
An elective course, meeting one hour per week, that deals with such topics as intellectual development, campus services, study skills, time management, course selection, academic requirements, objectives of higher education, multicultural enrichment, and the general purposes of college. There are several sections taught by various faculty members. Enrollment in each section limited to 20 students. Grading is on a credit/no credit basis. One credit. Offered fall semester only.
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