Service Learning Courses in College Studies

COS 133 - Introduction to College Studies | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
COS 133 - Introduction to College Studies

This course is designed to help students develop strategies and skills necessary for a successful college career. Topics include adjusting to college, setting academic goals, managing time and keeping organized, learning and studying in college, preparing for and taking tests, understanding college policies and regulations, and accessing and using MCC computer technology.

Students will learn about MCC’s resources, activities and rich cultural diversity. Throughout the course, students will use critical thinking skills to make informed choices, to understand their responsibilities for academic success, and to become independent, motivated learners.

A student who has earned a passing grade for COS 133 cannot later earn credit for COS 101. For information contact the COS Coordinator, Diane Fitton, at ext. 2355

3 Credits

Course Offered Fall and Spring

  • Service Project (COS 133-CC5):
    Students will be participating with The Democracy Commitment, "Engage the Voter" initiative. Students will design their own projects to engage the MCC student body to participate in the election. The will make videos, posters, possible panel discussions.
    (20 hours) F-12
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