This course provides new graduate students in University of Phoenix programs with an introduction to strategies for academic success within the University of Phoenix adult learning model. Topics include oral and written communication, methods for finding and evaluating course resources, critical thinking, the purpose and use of portfolios, program standards, stress and time management, and tools for collaborative learning, in preparation for team assignments in future classes.
List components and expectations of graduate programs.
Identify writing strategies and resources for written communication.
Apply graduate-level research tools.
Appraisal of Communication Skills and Learning Team Dynamics
Assess effective oral communication skills.
Plan and implement strategies for managing Learning Team dynamics.
Evaluate individual writing strengths and weaknesses.
Analyze methods for conducting University of Phoenix University Library and Internet searches.
Critically evaluate information and data.
Demonstration of Graduate-level Competencies
Analyze time and stress management strategies.
Demonstrate critical thinking skills.
The Professional Portfolio
Describe the uses of a professional portfolio.
Identify the components of a professional portfolio.
Examine the University of Phoenix program standards and their relation to the professional portfolio.
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