CAFLS PLUS is a groundbreaking new program that adds a new dimension to our academic course offerings. Five
sessions of CAFLS PLUS were offered in Spring 2014 on a voluntary, non-credit basis, and student response
exceeded our expectations.

As a result, CAFLS PLUS is adding for the first time in Fall 2014 two new 4000-level, 1-credit hour courses. Tom Scott, PhD,Dean Emeritus and Professor in the Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences,will be instructor-of-record. The courses are APEC 4900 002 (designed for agriculture and natural resources majors)and BCHM 4900 002 (designed for Life Sciences majors). These courses may be attractive to students who need to
fulfill a science course requirement.      
CAFLS PLUS will give all CAFLS students the opportunity to take advantage of a wide range of activities to
foster academic, professional, and personal growth.
Professional Development and Leadership for College Students
Two new 1-credit hour courses of self-discovery and skill development have been added for students to build a foundation for
personal and professional growth and success. Examination and application of leadership characteristics, individual
personality profiles, personal and professional vision, career networking, personal finance, etiquette and other concepts
will be presented.
APEC 4900 002 and BCHM 4900 002

Credit: 1 hour

Who Should Apply
Any CAFLS sophomore, junior or senior interested in an opportunity for personal growth and to learn skills needed to
succeed in your professional career and personal life.

How to Apply

APEC 4900 002: Go to iROAR—> Fall 2014 —> APEC 4900—> Section 002 —> Email pbeeche@clemson.edu for
approval. There are limited seats and student profiles will be reviewed.
BCHM 4900 002: Go to iROAR—> Fall 2014 —> BCHM 4900—> Section 002 —> Email jthames@clemson.edu for 
approval. There are limited seats and student profiles will be reviewed.
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seminars & events will continue to be offered to students who do not wish to sign up for a 1-hour course.
All seminars and events are FREE, including the 4-course Etiquette Dinner at the Madren Center. All participants must
register in order to attend the events, as space is limited. Seminars for the fall will include A, B, and C. In Spring 2015
the popular “Managing Your Money - Personal Finance,” series will return. Dates and times to be announced.

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