Fall 2018 Professional Development Course Offerings

These courses are aimed at developing skills that will help students over their career.

Please use the UF Schedule of Courses to find times, places, and other course information.

CourseClass Number TitleCrdSectInstructorSyllabus
IDH1700 18229  Professional Development CALS 1 DEPT Wysocki, Al  
IDH1700 18233  Professional Development 1 DEPT Johnson, Melissa  
IDH1700 18234  Professional Development Journalism 1 DEPT  Hove, Harrison  
IDH1700 18231  Professional Development 1 DEPT  Spear, Kristy   
IDH1700 18230  Professional Development 1 DEPT  Jones, Kevin  
IDH1700 18232  Professional Development 1 DEPT Miranda Sims  
IDH3931  18216 Exploring Medicine Through Streaming Media 1 2C85 David Winchester   
IDH2930  18206  Systems Thinking 1 2024 Court, Christa  
IDH2930 18330  Design Thinking 1 221H Reynolds, Alison   

Exploring Medicine Through Streaming Media

Overview: In this 1 credit seminar course, students will be introduced to a variety of topics in contemporary medicine such as health care delivery reform, ethical challenges, alternative medicine, artificial intelligence, and “big data”. The course materials will be drawn from streaming media including podcasts and TED/Youtube videos. Class time will be used to explore the topics in open discussion with the course director and selected guest faculty from the College of Medicine and other institutions.

Professional Development CALS

This course offers first-year students the opportunity to develop an action plan for deeper involvement on-campus and in their respective disciplines. Students will learn how to find and apply for internships, study abroad programs, research opportunities, and leadership and service projects. In this course, students will get to know the inner-workings of the university and discover available resources, all while working with other highly motivated honors students.

Professional Development

This course offers first-year students the opportunity to develop an action plan for deeper involvement on-campus and in their respective disciplines. Students will learn how to find and apply for internships, study abroad programs, research opportunities, and leadership and service projects. In this course, students will get to know the inner-workings of the university and discover available resources, all while working with other highly motivated honors students.