FYIM - First-Year Seminar ISME
Courses numbered 100 to 299 = lower-division; 300 to 499 = upper-division; 500 to 799 = undergraduate/graduate.
FYIM 102C. First-Year Seminar: Community Connection: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work (3).
General education social and behavioral sciences course. Uses a hands-on project to guide first year students through the engineering design thinking process, a value-creation mindset and teamwork skills. Students collaborate with engineering professionals from industry. They demonstrate skills and knowledge by working in a collaborative team, assessing economic and societal impact, and participating in a formal project presentation. FYS student success topics contribute to overall achievement in this course and throughout a student's college career. Lessons and activities on these topics are graded. Student success topics include: time management, strengths' assessment, campus resources, campus involvement, information literacy and library skills, career development, student organizations, campus read, convocation, and a volunteer project. First-Year Seminars apply as an additional requirement in the WSU General Education program; they cannot be applied as a divisional requirement.