FIG #27: Entrepreneurship

Advance registration is now closed. You may make changes to your schedule at Summerstart or Fall Orientation. We look forward to seeing you in FIGs! Please contact Rebecca McLean with any questions at (360)650-6607 or Rebecca.McLean@wwu.edu.


Cluster Description:
Want to spend your time doing what’s important to you? Do you dream of controlling your own destiny and the chance to leave a legacy? Whether you’re interested in for-profit, non-profit, policy change or community development, learning the skills to become more entrepreneurial and innovative will help you direct your own future. Take this course to learn more about how you can drive change through entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership and communication.

Courses

Class
 Instructor 
 Days 
 Time 
 Credits 
 GUR 
Communication Studies 101
with Lab
Rosemary Vohs
MWF
T
10:00-10:50 am
2:00-2:50 pm
4
BCOM 
Environmental Science 101
John Rybczyk
TR
10:00-11:20 am
3
SCI 
Seminar 101
Danica Kilander
R
2:00-3:50 pm
2
 

Total Credits:

9
 

Course Descriptions for Entrepreneurship

  • Communication Studies 101 with Lab, Fundamentals of Speech, (Rosemary Vohs) 4cr, BCOM, CRN: 43144
    Functional approach to effective communication. Emphasizes the application of principles to practical problems in speech for persons with little or no previous public speaking experience.
  • Environmental Science 101, Environmental Studies: A Scientific Approach, (John Rybczyk) 3cr, SCI, CRN: 44140
    An introduction to environmental studies which stresses a scientific approach toward understanding the nature and scope of contemporary problems in man’s environment. The course reflects application of physical, chemical, biological and geologic principles to define ecological change, both natural and man-made.
  • Seminar 101, Seminar for First-Year Students, (Danica Kilander) 2cr, CRN: 42496
    An introductory seminar offering an exploration of academic content and essential questions within the liberal arts and sciences tradition. Includes embedded instruction in academic skills and use of campus resources pertinent to exploration of the FIG cluster theme. Concludes in a formal paper or academic presentation.

To see descriptions of other courses, see the University Catalog on which you may search for course information using the "binoculars" icon in the PDF viewer (Acrobat Reader).

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