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One-Click Course Combinations allow students to register for two or more courses together. There are a variety of One-Click Course Combinations described below. The following restrictions apply:

  • Most options are only available to first-year students registering during their orientation program
  • A student may register only for ONE of the One-Click Course Combinations
  • There may be restrictions (for example, only for Honors students or direct admits to a college
  • Students must remain registered for all courses in a combination -- you may not register for a combination of three courses and then drop one course or switch sections of a course

BizHawks Living-Learning Communities
BizHawks Living-Learning Community participants have the benefit of taking multiple courses together with other first-year students in the community. Each combination option typically includes two General Education courses. Enrollment in a BizHawks course combination is a requirement for all first-year students in this LLC, and is only available to first-year students in this LLC. Additionally, each student is expected to register for their appropriate first semester business-related math course separately as well.
College Transition
College Transition shares a common General Education course, a College Transition Seminar course focusing on college study and success skills, and a College Transition Workshop among approximately 20 students. Students apply these new study skills to their preparation for the shared General Education course - with the help of an undergraduate Study Group Leader who previously earned an A in the course.
Courses in Common
Courses in Common gives first-year students the opportunity to take up to three classes together with about 20 other first-year students. Almost all of the courses used in CIC satisfy General Education Program requirements. There are options for students interested in taking Rhetoric, some for students wishing to defer Rhetoric for a semester, for Honors students, for students needing chemistry or math, and for some direct-admission programs.
ESL
For new 1st year and transfer students who are required to take all four or five ESL Courses. ESL Academic Oral Skills (ESL:4100), ESL Academic Listening (ESL:4130), ESL Grammar (ESL:4160), ESL Academic Writing (ESL:4190) and ESL Academic Reading (ESL:4200)
Journalism
This combination includes JMC:2010 Journalistic Reporting and Writing and JMC:2020 Multimedia Storytelling. It is restricted to continuing journalism majors who have already completed JMC:1100 and JMC:1200.
Tippie College of Business Direct Admits
For student who are direct admits to Tippie College of Business.