Skills Building Courses
The following courses are offered by various Administrative departments on campus to give students the opportunity to build valuable skills to assist with their academic and professional development.
The Freshman Seminar course, CSM101, is a required course and is part of the undergraduate degree requirements. All incoming Freshman will be registered for this course during their first semester at Mines. Incoming Transfer students may be eligible to receive transfer credit for this course to meet their degree requirements, based on previously completed coursework at the college level.
Transfer students who have successfully completed fewer than 30.0 transcripted semester hours at an institution of higher education after high school graduation will automatically be enrolled in CSM101.
|CSM101||FRESHMAN SUCCESS SEMINAR||0.5|
|CSM151||SPATIAL VISUALIZATION AND MODELING FOR ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE STUDENTS||1.0|
|CSM250||ENGINEERING YOUR CAREER PATH||1.0|
|CSM275||CASA BOUNCE BACK PROGRAM||1.0|
For more information about CSM101 and CSM151, contact the Center for Academic Services and Advising (CASA).
For more information about CSM250, contact the Career Center.