CAS 171 Arts and Sciences College Journey I

The college experience and entry into young adulthood is a journey marked by ambiguity and uncertainty. Scholars across disciplines—philosophy, psychology, sociology, etc.—have grappled with this uncertainty. Students in this course will engage in active sensemaking to more intentionally navigate their college journey. Specifically, students will read and apply interdisciplinary scholarship to answer questions such as: How do you define meaning in your life? What motivates you? How do individuals thrive and flourish in their pursuits? What are your personal and professional goals? How can the liberal arts experience facilitate your goal achievement? Recommended for sophomores though open to all students.

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