EDUC-X 152 focuses on the rapid development of college-level skills by concentrating on critical thinking and argument. Each year, the instructor chooses a unique topic to help you explore these skills in meaningful ways. The topic this year is the culture of New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina. Contact the coordinator, Chip Frederick for more information.Download a flyer
The Right Start
This course allows you to enhance the skills you will use throughout your college experience while delving into a variety of different disciplines. You will learn best practices for reading, writing, discussion, studying, and even test-taking.
You will study the history, georgraphy, and cultural aspects of New Orleans, as well as varying perspectives on Katrina.
Building Transferrable Skills
You will learn to break down scholarly writing; interpret, assess, and build arguments; and cite evidence and sources to support your arguments.
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