Active Learning promotes greater student involvement with course material, resulting in increased learning. Courses in the All-University Curriculum utilize active learning in many ways, including some of these examples.
Prepare and debate case studies on current events related to course topics.
Visit a water treatment facility to increase your environmental awareness.
From literature, film, and text, discuss the history and cultural influences of the Caribbean.
Give an oral report on your interpretation of assigned readings about truth, art, and ethics.
Explore your skills as a creative participant in an array of art forms.