EDLS 100: Learning Strategies is a not-for-credit course that covers techniques for becoming a more proficient learner. The focus is on strategies for interpretive thinking: comprehension, analysis, reasoning, problem solving, organization and planning.
Students placed on Academic Probation are required to enroll in and successfully complete EDLS 100: Learning Strategies during the next major semester if the student has not already successfully completed the course. Successful completion is defined as earning a C or better.
Note: Credits earned in this course are not applied toward degree requirements, GPA, or quality points.