SLS: Student Life Skills (Learning) Courses

Courses

SLS 1109   Foundations for Academic Success

Academic Engagement, Department of Student Life Skills

1-3 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

The course introduces students to campus resources and provides skills and tools that will help them to be successful. Faculty will use High Impact approaches to getting students engaged and connected on campus.

SLS 2401   Major Exploration Career Choice

Academic Engagement, Department of Student Life Skills

1-3 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

This course is designed to assist students in identifying their values, interests, personality, and skills and how these relate and connect to choosing a major and/or career. Students will have the opportunity to develop relevant ideas for experience in their field and be able to explore networking opportunities to assist them with their career objectives. The class is designed to use an introspective approach to identifying majors and careers and then to give students the tools for developing experiential learning opportunities.

SLS 2905   Directed Study

Academic Engagement, Department of Student Life Skills

1-12 sh (may be repeated indefinitely for credit)

SLS 2940   Internship Experience

Academic Engagement, Department of Student Life Skills

0-6 sh (may be repeated for up to 6 sh of credit)

This course will consist of a variable internship opportunity for current UWF students or recent UWF students not yet returning to UWF for their second year of study. These students will be placed with a UWF department, community agency or employer. Placements will be managed by the Office of Career Development and Community Engagement (Career Services), a department within the Division of Academic Engagement. The course will include both for credit and not for credit sections with variable credit hours. Special permission is required for course registration. Credit generated from this course may or may not count towards a degree.

SLS 2942   Disney Field Experience

Academic Engagement, Department of Student Life Skills

1 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

Paid work experience at Walt Disney World coupled with a College Program Course of the students' choosing. Engages students in a rigorous and challenging professional academic program to advance career research with an emphasis on exploration, analysis, and application. Graded on satisfactory / unsatisfactory basis only. Permission is required.

SLS 3273   Applied Leadership Development

Academic Engagement, Department of Student Life Skills

3 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

Supplements and enhances students? leadership and personal development skills. Through readings, discussions, presentations and projects, students apply leadership theories and practices to their organization and everyday lives. Permission is required. Offered Fall semester only.

SLS 4408   Career Strategies Workshop

College of Ed and Prof Studies, Department of Instructional Design and Tech

1 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

Students will develop the strategies necessary to conduct effective job searches and identify appropriate graduate education opportunities to achieve their individual career goals. Students will identify and participate in career-specific networking opportunities to enhance their professional development.

SLS 4940   Internship Experience

Academic Engagement, Department of Student Life Skills

0-6 sh (may be repeated for up to 6 sh of credit)

This course will consist of a variable internship opportunity for current UWF students or recent UWF graduates placed with a UWF department, community agency or employer. Placements will be managed by the Office of Career Development and Community Engagement (Career Services), a department within the Division of Academic Engagement. The course will include both for credit and not for credit sections with variable credit hours. Special permission is required for course registration. Credit generated from this course may or may not count towards a degree.