CapU launches new first-year seminars this January
Capilano University is launching a new collection of courses called first-year seminars starting in January. These project-based, discussion-oriented courses are designed for students who have earned fewer than 30 credits.
The courses are ideal for students to connect with one another and build their academic skills with the support of a faculty member, who is passionate about the topic.
These unique three-credit seminars can be used to meet Cap Core requirements and include:
FYS 101 Oppression & Resistance (Self & Society)
FYS 111 Life in Technological Society (Self & Society)
FYS 130 Cultures Connect & Collide (Culture & Creative Expression)
FYS 141 Eco-Literacy to Global Goals (Self & Society)
Students may register for these courses starting on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.
To learn more, drop by the information table in the Birch Building cafeteria on Tuesday, November 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or visit First-Year Seminars.
Submitted by: Shannon Colin