1 UNIT, ONLINE, 7 WEEKS
UNIV 301 gives you the opportunity to reflect and make meaning of your general education experience while creating your ePortfolio.
on your general education journey to date
the value your general education experience
your General Education ePortfolio
ARE YOU READY TO TAKE UNIV 301?
This course is for you if:
You have completed UNIV 101: Introduction to the General Education Experience
You have completed your Foundations Writing and Math courses
By the time you take UNIV 301, you have completed, or are in-progress, with at least five of the seven Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections courses
If you are not ready for the General Education Portfolio course, you will not be able to register for the course.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
UNIV 301 is offered in fall, spring, and summer during 7-week sessions.
You can register once you have completed UNIV 101: Introduction to the General Education Experience, completed your foundations Math and Writing, and have completed or be concurrently enrolled (taking these classes the same semester as UNIV 301) in at least five Exploring Perspectives and/or Building Connections courses.
Do you meet the enrollment requirements and receive an error message when trying to enroll? Email email@example.com with your name, student ID number, and the section you are trying to enroll in.
UNIV 301 is offered online and asynchronously (no weekly class meeting time). Each week involves readings, writing reflections, class discussions and activities, designed to have you building on and refining your ePortfolio each week. Your instructor will hold office hours weekly so you can connect with them.
The purpose of the class is for you to think critically about your experiences in your courses at the UA. To do that, you will want to save learning artifacts and Signature Assignments from your general education coursework to help you remember, reflect, and demonstrate your learning. Learning artifacts might include things like a lab report, a group project, a presentation, or other original work you created. It’s good practice to hold only any coursework that was meaningful to you at the time. Doing this will help you complete the ePortfolio and UNIV 301 course.
First, review your Advising Report to determine how your transfer credit articulates to the UA General Education program requirements. Your General Education Portfolio Instructor will work with you to help you make connections between your transfer work and the UA General Education program.