University Courses - EOP Courses
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
100. Educational Opportunity Program Orientation (2)
Introduction and orientation to college life for EOP students. Review of campus and community resources available to support students participating in the Educational Opportunity Program. Instruction in various academic survival skills that are necessary for college success. Areas of review include: time management, research methodology and term paper development, test-taking strategies, and decision-making.
Letter grade only (A-F).
300. Orientation for EOP Transfer Students (1)
Assists with decisions regarding academic, professional and personal lives. Familiarizes students with University academic policies, technology support services including MyCSULB, Beach board, library research tools and databases, exploration of academic programs and career options, refines study skills and provides network opportunities.
Credit/No Credit grading only.