Academic counselors serve as instructors for Foundations of Leaning, a three-credit course to assist Pitt-Johnstown students become effective college learners. Mentors for Academic & Personal Success (MAPS) participate in IL 1900, which awards an academic credit for meeting the obligations of a peer mentor.
CAS 1917: Foundations of Learning (3 credits)
This 3-credit course examines the academic and psychosocial components of effective college learning. Students will explore their identities as learners and build skills to maximize academic potential. CAS 1917 is intended for freshman or sophomores and is a requirement for students participating in FYSP and GOAL.
INDIST 0004: Career Exploration and Planning (1 credit)
This course will focus on major theoretical approaches to career development and the decision-making process. Its goals are to help students identify and explore their academic and career options and maximize the college experience to achieve their post-graduate plans.