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MDS 201: Introduction to Engaged Learning

General Studies

The Introduction to Engaged Learning course will develop skills in three key areas:

• Engaged Learning Awareness • Career Exploration, and • Engaged Learning Agency

The course is designed to strengthen students' engaged learning awareness – an understanding of the programs, experiences, and courses offered at the University of Mississippi. It is designed to cultivate students' professional exploration – the ability to envision and articulate experiences that support and supplement individual academic and professional pathways. The course is also designed to develop students' engaged learning agency – an understanding of and a willingness to participate in experiences that influence and transform their academic, personal, and professional development.

3 Credits


  • Freshman or Sophomore Classification Required

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for MDS 201
  • Lecture: Hybrid Lecture for MDS 201
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