Strat for Academic Success (INTS 100.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

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INTS 100 06 January 2018 Toryn Adams
INTS 100 W02 January 2018 Liv Marken
INTS 100 W10 January 2018 Liv Marken
INTS 100 W50 January 2018 Liv Marken
 
INTS 100 01 September 2017 Robin Adair
INTS 100 05 September 2017 Renee Penney
INTS 100 07 September 2017 Robin Adair
INTS 100 29 September 2017 Mika Lafond
INTS 100 91 September 2017 Glorie Tebbutt
INTS 100 C41 September 2017 Marilyn Iwasyk
INTS 100 C51 September 2017 Artin Lahiji
INTS 100 C60 September 2017 Katherine Springford
INTS 100 E95 September 2017 Unknown Unknown
INTS 100 W01 September 2017 Liv Marken
 
INTS 100 02 July 2017 Artin Lahiji
INTS 100 W02 July 2017 Liv Marken
 
INTS 100 02 January 2017
INTS 100 04 January 2017 Sheryl Prouse
INTS 100 W02 January 2017
INTS 100 W02 January 2017 Liv Marken
INTS 100 W10 January 2017 Liv Marken
INTS 100 W20 January 2017 Liv Marken
INTS 100 W40 January 2017
INTS 100 W50 January 2017
 
INTS 100 01 September 2016 Liv Marken
INTS 100 05 September 2016 Jennifer Seaton
INTS 100 07 September 2016 Renee Penney
INTS 100 09 September 2016 Christine Fiddler
INTS 100 11 September 2016 Jennifer Seaton
INTS 100 13 September 2016 Jennifer Seaton
INTS 100 29 September 2016 Mika Lafond
INTS 100 91 September 2016 Artin Lahiji
INTS 100 C41 September 2016 Marilyn Iwasyk
INTS 100 C51 September 2016 Brett Robinson
INTS 100 E53 September 2016 Yvette Arcand
INTS 100 E57 September 2016 Christopher Scribe
INTS 100 E95 September 2016 Unknown Unknown
INTS 100 W01 September 2016 Liv Marken
INTS 100 W11 September 2016
INTS 100 W15 September 2016
INTS 100 W21 September 2016
INTS 100 W41 September 2016
INTS 100 W51 September 2016
 
INTS 100 02 July 2016
 
INTS 100 01 May 2016
 
INTS 100 02 January 2016
INTS 100 92 January 2016

Description

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.

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