Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

DSC 201 Transfer Student Experience Seminar

This class introduces new transfer students to Marymount University and to the inquiry model of learning. The course aims to ease the transition to a new university through a focus on fundamental liberal arts skills – inquiry, critical thinking, information literacy, and communication – as well as participation in a variety of collaborative activities that offer positive interaction and support from a peer mentor, instructor, and classmates. The course also makes use of the Washington area's rich resources. This course is required of all students transferring between 12 and 63 credits to the University and any nontraditional students having significant work or life experience transferring fewer than 12 credits to the University. Second-degree Nursing students are exempt from this requirement. The course should be taken in the first semester at Marymount. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: DSINQ. (1)

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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

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University Requirements and the Liberal Arts Core

Academic Opportunities

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