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EPE 174 is designed to introduce 1st and 2nd year students to the field of higher education, specifically the areas of college student development, post-secondary institutional organization, college teaching and learning, and the history of college in the United States.

The objective of the course is to provide opportunities for experiential learning, self-assessment, and the development of critical reading and reasoning skills to help students improve their academic performance.

The course is a problem-based, conceptual approach to understanding college student success, not a study skills course. This course provides an undergraduate introduction to the material covered in Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation (EPE) graduate courses; namely EPE 674: Theories of Student Development and EPE 632: Student Services.



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