EDLS 100: Learning Strategies

Giving students resources to get back on track academically

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. 

These policies apply to Undergraduate Students only. Graduate students should contact the Graduate School for more information.