The College offers courses to assist students in setting and researching personal and career goals. Courses are offered such as:
SDV 001. Effective Study Skills (1) This course is designed to help students develop effective study techniques. Topics to be covered include time management, reading skills, note taking, how to take tests, and how to concentrate.
SDV 101, Freshman Seminar (0) This course is designed to assist first-time freshmen in making an effective transition to Spring Hill College. The course is structured to meet in small groups. It is taught by the students' academic advisers. All first-time freshmen are required to complete this course. Topics include: academic policies, core curriculum, degree requirements, time management, opportunities for involvement on campus, and career introduction.
SDV 101. Transfer Students Seminar (0) This course is designed to assist transfer students in making an effective transition to Spring Hill. Topics include: transfer credit, degree audits and requirements, core curriculum, academic policies and procedures, time management and financial aid requirements.
SDV 201. Career Development (1) This course provides the foundation for effective personal career management. Each student will be asked to develop and manage a career direction consistent with personal aspirations, skills, and current opportunities.
SDV 301. Internship (3-6) An active learning experience in a professional work environment related to a student's major concentration. A maximum of six credit hours may be earned.