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The College of Education has designed its professional preparation programs to include a series of sequentially arranged field-based experiences. Depending on the degree option, these field-based experiences may be referred to as internships, practica, clinics, or supervised field experiences. Each field-based course requires, as a minimum, 45 contact hours per semester credit hour. Some programs, due to national or state accreditation requirements or Departmental policy, may require additional contact hours beyond the minimum requirement. Students should clarify requirements with their faculty advisor prior to registration.
RD 101 Reading Improvement for College Students
3 cr. (F, Sp) Provides instruction and practice in applying active reading strategies, improving comprehension in content areas, demonstrating critical thinking skills in responding to individual content area reading assignments, and increasing vocabulary to improve academic success. RD 101 prepares students for the demands of college-level reading. Course earns academic credit but does not count toward General Education, a degree, or certification.
RD 102 Reading and Study Skills
2 cr. Emphasizes the skills needed for effective studying. Designed to help college students with note taking skills, preparing for class discussions, efficient textbook reading and use of reference materials.