SAINT BONAVENTURE COURSES (SBU)
SBU-101 COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS (2 Credits)
SBU 101 will introduce students to the characteristics and functions of community and community participation and provide frameworks to evaluate them. At the same time, SBU 101 will teach students about effective learning strategies to enhance their scholarly activities. By exploring facets of St. Bonaventure's learning community, students will gain the understanding that learning is often a communal, not an isolated, process. This course is intended for first-year students in their first semester at the university.
SBU-102 AN INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY DIVERSITY (1 Credit)
Students begin to develop the language, intellectual framework, and empathy to understand many forms of diversity (especially people unlike themselves). By examining such issues in a contemporary context, students can engage in better-informed dialogue about current events and engage more actively as citizens of the modern world.