Alexia Orphanides

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Academic Advisor

Charlton College of Business

508-910-9061

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Charlton College of Business 101

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A one-credit class designed to help freshman students enhance their academic skills while introducing them to campus life. The course is organized around the acquisition of life skills and developing strategies for achieving academic and career success focusing on topics such as (College Transition, Time Management, Foundations for Learning, Self-discovery and Career Development, UMD Resources, College Navigation and Conquering Assessment, Work-life Balance, and Credit-Financial Management). This course provides an opportunity for students to learn more about themselves as a learner, test-taker, UMD student and as a future professional.

A one-credit class designed to help freshman students enhance their academic skills while introducing them to campus life. The course is organized around the acquisition of life skills and developing strategies for achieving academic and career success focusing on topics such as (College Transition, Time Management, Foundations for Learning, Self-discovery and Career Development, UMD Resources, College Navigation and Conquering Assessment, Work-life Balance, and Credit-Financial Management). This course provides an opportunity for students to learn more about themselves as a learner, test-taker, UMD student and as a future professional.

A one-credit class designed to help freshman students enhance their academic skills while introducing them to campus life. The course is organized around the acquisition of life skills and developing strategies for achieving academic and career success focusing on topics such as (College Transition, Time Management, Foundations for Learning, Self-discovery and Career Development, UMD Resources, College Navigation and Conquering Assessment, Work-life Balance, and Credit-Financial Management). This course provides an opportunity for students to learn more about themselves as a learner, test-taker, UMD student and as a future professional.