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At UCM, we are committed to your success, and one of the best ways to ensure your success during your first year is to take a freshman seminar class. There are major-specific sections of freshman seminar offered as well as general ones. In freshman seminar, you will:
- Make new friends and build connections on campus.
- Learn your way around and how to best use campus resources.
- Enhance your academic skills, such as time management and writing.
- Set academic and personal goals.
AE 1400 Freshman Seminar
AE 1400 is a one-credit-hour course that introduces you to university academics and life at UCM. This class is intended for all new students at UCM who have fewer than 25 credits. The class counts as an elective credit toward graduation.
AE 1420 Freshman Seminar - Career Exploration
AE1420 is a two-credit-hour, student-development course specifically designed to introduce open option students to a wide range of college majors and career options. In addition to the exploration of college majors and careers, this course includes the content from the AE1400, introducing students to university academics and life at UCM.
AE 1410 Freshman Seminar - Exploring College Majors and Careers
AE 1410 is a one-credit-hour student-development elective that focuses exclusively on career and major exploration. This course is an excellent companion to the AE1400 if you are an open-option freshman, but it is open to any student, whether you are undecided or you have chosen a major and are exploring other options.