Learning Preparation (EDLP)

EDLP 1001  Strategies for Graduate/Professional School Admission I  (1 semester hour)  
The aim of the course is to equip students with skills and strategies for applying to graduate and professional degree programs. The course will introduce students to strategies, co-curricular options, and scholarly activities that can strengthen their candidacy and application profiles. ACE program only. Offered Fall semester. Credit/No Credit grading.
EDLP 1002  Strategies for Graduate/Professional School Admission II  (1 semester hour)  
The aim of the course is to equip students with skills and strategies to strengthen their candidacy for admission to graduate and professional school. Students will complete written assignments and exercises that will strengthen their knowledge about the graduate application process and familiarize them with resources that can aid them in the process. ACE program only. Offered Spring semester. Credit/No Credit grading. Prerequisite: EDLP 1001.
EDLP 1003  Strategies for Graduate/Professional School Admission III  (1 semester hour)  
The course is designed to help guide students through the graduate and professional school application process, including writing a personal statement, discussing potential funding sources, and how to obtain letters of recommendation. ACE program only. Credit/No Credit grading. Prerequisites: EDLP 1002.
EDLP 1004  Strategies for Graduate/Professional School Admission IV  (1 semester hour)  
The course is designed to help guide students through the graduate and professional school application process, including writing a personal statement, discussing potential funding sources, and how to obtain letters of recommendation. ACE program only. Credit/No Credit grading.
EDLP 1044  Academic Skills for Student Athletes  (1 semester hour)  
This course covers academic skills for a successful university experience, including time management, library research processes, note taking, reading for meaning, avoiding plagiarism, and using MS Office applications. The course is tailored for student athletes. Credit/F grading.
EDLP 1045  Academic Skills for Student Athletes II  (1 semester hour)  
This course is a senior seminar tailored for student athletes designed for career and life preparation. Credit/F grading.
EDLP 1050  Learning about Learning  (1 semester hour)  
This course provides information on making a successful transition to college, including campus resources and study skills, designed to support students in the Nexus program. Credit/F grading.
EDLP 1070  Orientation to Learning I  (1 semester hour)  
This course provides information on making a successful transition to college, including campus resources, study skills, academic and career planning. Credit/F grading. Offered Fall semester.
EDLP 1071  Orientation to Learning II  (1 semester hour)  
Continuation of LIBA 1070. Credit/F grading. Offered Spring semester.
EDLP 1081  Exploring Wellness I  (1 semester hour)  
Introduction to wellness, including physical, psychological, nutritional, financial, and environmental and the skills and campus resources that contribute to academic success and career preparation. Credit/F grading.
EDLP 1998  Special Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
EDLP 1999  Independent Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
Independent Studies
EDLP 2050  Strategy of Career Development  (2 semester hours)  
This course utilizes the popular models of career theory and traditional personality assessments to help students identify interests, skills, and values and describe how they relate to a career choice. The decision-making model is utilized to synthesize personal information and research is conducted on employment trends. By the end of the course, students will be familiarized with the job search process including resume writing, interviewing skills, and job search strategies. Credit/No Credit grading.
EDLP 2051  Career Development Internship  (1 semester hour)  
Engage in a mentoring/training type relationship with an employer in a career field of interest. Internships are established through the office of Career Development Services to aid in career decision-making, to make contacts with employers, and to evaluate employment opportunities firsthand. This course may be repeated 3 times. Credit/No Credit grading.
EDLP 2091  Intercult Practicum I  (1 semester hour)  
This course will teach students advanced human relations skills and provide them the occasion for integrating intercultural theory and practice in an increasingly diverse society. Credit/No Credit grading.
EDLP 2092  Intercult Practicum II  (2 semester hours)  
This course will teach students advanced skills in cross-cultural conflict management, intercultural leadership, strategies for organizational change in multiethnic settings, institutionalizing social change, and preparing personal action plans. Completion of LIBA 2091 and LIBA 2092 earns the Certificate for Intercultural Competence. Credit/No Credit grading. Prerequisite: EDLA 2091.
EDLP 2998  Special Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
EDLP 2999  Independent Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
EDLP 3000  Internship  (0 semester hours)  
This course provides a supervised internship either on or off campus. Credit/No Credit grading.
EDLP 3001  SURP Seminar  (3 semester hours)  
Students engage in hands-on research with a designated faculty mentor on their pre-approved Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) project. The SURP program includes 20 hours of research per week, participation in SURP workshops, and other SURP activities as designated each summer. This seminar is only for students participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Summer Session I.
EDLP 3051  Career Development Internship  (1 semester hour)  
Engage in a mentoring/training type relationship with an employer in a career field of interest. Internships are established through the office of Career Development Services to aid in career decision-making, to make contacts with employers, and to evaluate employment opportunities firsthand. This course may be repeated 3 times. Credit/No Credit grading.
EDLP 3998  Special Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
EDLP 3999  Independent Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
Independent Studies
EDLP 4998  Special Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
EDLP 4999  Independent Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
Independent Studies