The first pilot took place Aug. 25 to Sept. 22, Guden said. Thirty-two students started the class; 29 graduated.
Recommendations and feedback from the course will be used to refine the course curriculum, he said.
“We’ll listen to what the students have to say, we’ll listen to what the field has to say,” Guden said. “We’ll do our best to incorporate that to make the course the best possible course we can.”