CSUB 101: Roadrunner First-Year Experience (FYE) Seminar
Section 88 (Engineering Section) - Fall 2013
Course meets Friday 3:15pm - 4:55pm in Sci III 315
This seminar introduces first-time freshman students to important issues for
academic and career success at CSUB, including, but not limited to, managing
time, learning how to learn, reading/listening/taking notes, thinking
logically and critically, communicating effectively, taking exams/writing
papers, avoiding violations of academic integrity, growing personally and
interpersonally, living healthy, and exploring majors and careers.
This section is specifically for Engineering and Computer Science
majors, including Pre-Engineering majors. If you are not majoring in
Engineering Sciences, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer
Science, or Pre-Engineering, see the instructor at the end of class on the
first day to be moved to a more appropriate CSUB 101 section.
Runner Life 2013-2014: The First-Year Experience Handbook
Dr. Brett Schmoll & Matthew Woodman. ISBN: 978-1490547008.
This text is available in the campus book store and through Amazon.com.
This year's Runner Reader book (which might also be required for your
English course) is
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. ISBN:
This text is available through the campus book store, various local
bookstores, Amazon.com and BN.com in both paper and electronic format.
Both books are on also reserve at the Walter W. Stiern Library. Bring your
CSUB ID Card to the Check Out Desk to borrow a copy for two hours.
Direct Moodle Link
We will be using the CEE/CS Moodle website for this course instead of the
campus Blackboard site. The direct link to the course in Moodle is