Please note: The course descriptions displayed here are current as of Friday, July 31, 2015, but the official Course Catalog should be used for all official planning.

FRST 100
Freshman Studies I

Required of first-year students and selected transfer students. Through the study of works representing a variety of intellectual and cultural traditions, students develop fundamental skills: the ability to read closely, to speak and write clearly, to persuade a reader and express themselves. Regular class work is supplemented by lectures and performances by Lawrence faculty members or by visiting scholars or artists. Units: 6. Prerequisite: Registration through Dean of Student Academic Services

FRST 101
Freshman Studies II

Required of first-year students and selected transfer students. A continuation of Freshman Studies I, this course is designed to help students refine their abilities as readers, writers, and thinkers. As in Freshman Studies I, instructors stress close reading, cogent discussion, and clear writing. Regular class sessions are again supplemented by lectures and performances by Lawrence faculty members or by visiting scholars or artists. Units: 6. Prerequisite: Registration through Dean of Student Academic Services

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