Student-designed independent studies give Metropolitan State students the opportunity to plan their own study. This type of independent learning strategy can be useful because it allows students: to study a subject in more depth, at a more advanced level; to pursue a unique project that requires specialized study; to draw together several knowledge areas or interests into a specialized study; to test independent learning capabilities and skills; or to use special learning resources in the community, taking advantage of community education opportunities which, in themselves, would not yield a full college competence. Students should contact their academic advisor for more information.
1-8 Undergraduate credits
Effective January 1, 1996 to present
|01||Civil Commitments and Civil Rights||Cole, Kathleen D||Books||Course details|
|02||Advocacy for Policy Change||Cole, Kathleen D||Books||Course details|
|03||LAM Mentorship||Scott, Thomas J||Books||Course details|
|01||The Rights of Nature||Filner, Matthew||Books||Course details|