General Studies (GST) - College and Career Courses

Academic Success and Transition

These courses can help you hit the ground running by providing resources and support to ensure your college transition is as smooth as possible.

Career Exploration and Preparation

Students who need guidance to explore their major and career options have the opportunity to take courses that will help with career development and preparation.

Service Learning

Service-learning is a teaching and learning strategy that engages students in service through mutually beneficial and reciprocal relationships with approved community partners. These credit bearing opportunities enrich the learning experience, integrate reflection, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities. 

Peer Education and College Mentoring

These programs offer students the opportunity to take on a leadership role on campus as tutors, mentors, peer advisors or peer educators.

Internships, Co-ops and Practicum


Planned, registered experiences that help you explore and confirm your career options and boost your resume through both real-world experiences, and formal classroom instruction.


Cooperative Education (Co-op) is a work-integrated learning experience and a mutually beneficial partnership between a student, the institution, and an employer.  Co-op combines classroom-based learning with in-depth, extensive practical work experience.