Course Description – MAXIMUS WASTE: A FOOD WASTE MOCKUMENTARY (6.1)

COURSE ASSIGNMENT
FYSHN Collaborative Curious Columbia Assignments and Evaluation Guides

COURSE DESCRIPTION
First-year Seminar Honors

The First Year Seminar is grounded in interdisciplinary studies in the humanities and social sciences, acclimating students to the four fundamental activities that members of the College community engage in: questioning, exploring, communicating, and evaluating. Topics and texts are selected and studied in ways that will help Columbia students become more competent and confident readers, writers, thinkers, creators, and collaborators. This First-Year Seminar helps prepare students not just for their subsequent years at Columbia, but for their future lives and careers as responsible citizens and authors of the culture of their time. This is an Honors class.
 3 Credits

The complete syllabus for the First-year Seminar Honors course for this project is available in Columbia’s Moodle LMS with open, guest access at: http://lms.colum.edu/course/view.php?id=11263