Yes. Typically skill-based courses are offered through the University College under the course prefix and number of UNIV 1020 - Strategies for Success. These are two credit courses and may be taken twice for credit. The course description reads:

"This variable topics course explores subjects geared toward student success. Sample topics include career exploration, job search preparation, exploring vocabulary development, and in-depth academic skill development. This graded course may be taken twice for credit. (Fall, Spring)"

Academic skill development topics include: note-taking, reading comprehension, and effective study habits. Taking a section of this course can be incredibly valuable. Although it may be time consuming on the front end, it has the potential to save time because it will increase the likelihood you satisfactorily complete courses without having to re-take them. This could save you time and money in the long run.

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