ARTS 1110 Introduction to University
If you are a new university student, consider enrolling in ARTS 1110 Introduction to University – a 3 credit hour course that will help you transition to the university learning environment.
We know that students are often more successful when they have learned the key practices that are part of university study. This popular course focuses on the principles that are essential for your success.
ARTS 1110 meets the Written English Requirement for most faculties and schools.
The advantages of taking ARTS 1110
In this course you will:
- Become familiar with the university lecture
- Focus on the principles of learning and memory, critical thinking, and academic writing
- Participate in small seminars where you practice writing papers in a supportive environment
- Explore the ideas that excite you
- Work with faculty who are committed to your success
Register for ARTS 1110 – Fall and Winter terms
Register for ARTS 1110 – Summer University Advantage
If you are starting university in the Fall Term, you can choose to take ARTS 1110 in Summer Session and get a jump on your school year.
We call this “Summer University Advantage” because you can take the course, explore campus and connect with other students in a more relaxed environment before Fall Term begins.
ARTS 1110 permission form
Most students are eligible to take ARTS 1110 without permission; however, you need permission to take the course if it is already full on Aurora or if your course load is more than 60 credit hours.