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COUNSELING 104 3.0 UnitsCareer/Life Planning
An introduction to career/life planning including an exploration of interests, skills, values, personality traits, past experiences and life stages. Students will develop a career/life plan using gathered self information, decision-making strategies and an awareness of psychological, sociological and physiological factors related to career/ life satisfaction. Transfer Credit: CSU
COUNSELING 101 3.0 Units(Same as Human Services 101)
Helping Theories and Intervention Skills
The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the major helping theories and practices. Emphasis will be placed upon enabling students to develop theoretical foundations and intervention helping strategies. Transfer Credit: CSU
COUNSELING 105 3.0 UnitsSucceeding in College
This course is designed to increase success in achieving educational, career, and life goals. It includes information on learning styles and strategies, time management, decision making, goal setting, college resources and services, memory techniques, note-taking, test-taking, and other success techniques. Students will develop educational and career plans. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
COUNSELING 120 2.0 UnitsJob Search Strategies
Meeting the challenges of the current employment environment. Emphasis on traditional and non-traditional coordinated job search strategies and labor market trends. These include application and resume preparation, mailable cover letters and thank-you notes, interview techniques, follow-up procedures and employment-offer evaluation. Transfer Credit: CSU
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Counseling Course Outlines
Descriptions & Student Learning Outcomes
Section DescriptionCourse designed to increase success in achieving educational, career, and life goals. It includes information on learning styles and strategies, time management, decision making, goal setting, college resources and services, memory techniques, note-taking, test-taking, and other successful techniques. Students will develop educational and career plans. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.
Course Level Student Learning Outcomes
- Apply and practice critical and creative thinking processes as they apply to decision-making and problem-solving.
- Choose effective study strategies and apply these strategies to educational and workplace settings.
- Define social, psychological and physiological issues that impact educational, career, and life decisions.
- Develop an educational and career plan consistent with goals.
- Formulate a list of lifetime goals based on values, skills and interests.
- Identify individual learning styles and personality type preferences.
Institutional Level Student Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate ability to apply critical thinking and analysis.
- Demonstrate innovative thinking, and adaptive, creative problem solving skills.