NASC093: During fall quarter, students in MATH 6A through non-math Learning Communities participate in a two unit first-year seminar. The first component of the seminar, led by an esteemed CNAS faculty member, allows students to explore potential career options by learning about an engaging area of scientific research from an expert in that field. The second portion of the seminar is led by a CNAS Professional Academic Advisor, CNAS Scholars Coordinator, or Peer Academic Leaders and covers important topics pertaining to the college transition, such as study skills, information about UCR resources and other educational enrichment opportunities available to students. The course will introduce students to academic values and expectations, academic and career planning, and give them an opportunity to select a faculty mentor and to get to know a CNAS staff member or CNAS peer.
NASC092: During winter quarter, students in the ARC 35 Learning Communities participate in a one unit first-year seminar. It will be led by an esteemed CNAS faculty member, which allows students to explore potential career options by learning about an engaging area of scientific research from an expert in that field.