Courses

360-EXP-AB – Career Explorations

The aim of this course is twofold.  The first is to help students develop skills, which will help them be more successful both in their college studies and in the workplace.  The second is to provide students an opportunity to explore career options so that they can make more informed program choices.

Role of the course in Pathways: Successful completion of this course is a requirement for students to complete their Pathways Program and to be accepted into their chosen programThis course can then be used for complementary course credit in the student’s subsequent program planner.

360-SCI-AB – Strategies for Success in the Sciences

The aim of this course is twofold.  The first is to help students develop skills, which will help them be more successful both in their college studies and in the workplace, particularly those related to the sciences and applied science fields.  The second is to provide students an opportunity to explore career options so that they can make more informed program choices.

As a result of this course, the student will become an autonomous learner, an effective team player, be familiar with information and communication technologies, and will have laid down a tentative plan in order to achieve life goals.  They will leave with the tools, skills and knowledge required to be successful academically, professionally and personally.

Role of the course in Pathways: Successful completion of this course is a requirement for students to complete their Pathways Program and to be accepted into their chosen programThis course can then be used for complementary course credit in the student’s subsequent program planner.

360-SOC-AB – Strategies for Success in the Social Sciences

The aim of this course is twofold.  The first is to help students develop skills, which will help them be more successful both in their college studies and in the workplace, particularly those related to the social sciences.  The second is to provide students an opportunity to explore career options so that they can make more informed program choices.

As a result of this course, the student will become an autonomous learner, an effective team player, be familiar with information and communication technologies, and will have laid down a tentative plan in order to achieve life goals.  They will leave with the tools, skills and knowledge required to be successful academically, professionally and personally.

Role of the course in Pathways: Successful completion of this course is a requirement for students to complete their Pathways Program and to be accepted into their chosen programThis course can then be used for complementary course credit in the student’s subsequent program planner.