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NEW Cognates!  

It's not a Minor.  It's not a major.  It's a Cognate!  What's a Cognate?  Learn more about them here!

From the Discovery Classroom

The Discovery Program has teamed up with the Campus Journal.

 

Discovery Dialogue

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  • NEW Cognates!  It’s not a Minor. It’s not a Major.  It’s a Cognate!  A cognate is a coherent set of courses in a discipline or interdisciplinary grouping aimed at enhancing  career-oriented skills in high demand in the employment market. A cognate will typically consist of 12 or more credits.   Cognate in Technical Writing and Public Speaking and a Cognate in Information Technology are now available.
    NEW Cognates! It’s not a Minor. It’s not a Major. It’s a Cognate! A cognate is a coherent set of courses in a discipline or interdisciplinary grouping aimed at enhancing career-oriented skills in high demand in the employment market. A cognate will typically consist of 12 or more credits. Cognate in Technical Writing and Public Speaking and a Cognate in Information Technology are now available.
  • DISCOVERY FELLOWS INCO 620: A theory-to-practice seminar that explores democratic theory from a deliberative perspective, dialogue and small group facilitation, civic engagement, and social justice.
    DISCOVERY FELLOWS INCO 620: A theory-to-practice seminar that explores democratic theory from a deliberative perspective, dialogue and small group facilitation, civic engagement, and social justice.
  • DISCOVERY FOUNDATION SKILLS: Inquiry courses prepare first-year students to succeed at the college level by helping them become active, independent thinkers who look at subjects and challenging problems from a number of viewpoints. All inquiry courses are small and involve experiential learning, e.g., learning by doing.
    DISCOVERY FOUNDATION SKILLS: Inquiry courses prepare first-year students to succeed at the college level by helping them become active, independent thinkers who look at subjects and challenging problems from a number of viewpoints. All inquiry courses are small and involve experiential learning, e.g., learning by doing.