HDV-100—Human Potentials (2 credit hours)
Become aware of your potential through discussion of achievements, strengths,
values, and goals. Learn strategies for success in school and in your personal
life. Group participation is included.
- HDV-100-001—Healthy Romantic
Relationships (not a substitute for COL-101) This course will explore the dynamic
of realizing a love relationship to its fullest potential. Topics will include becoming a healthy individual as the foundation of a successful romantic
relationship, understanding differences in communication styles, avoiding
unhealthy relationships, and understanding how personal values and strengths
influence healthy relationships.
- HDV-100-002—Human Potentials for
Veterans Only (substitute for COL-101)
- HDV-100-009—Human Potentials for Center
for Disability Students Only (substitute for COL-101)
- HDV-100-058—Human Potentials for
Learners (substitute for COL-101)
- HDV-100-258—Human Potentials for
Returning Adult (substitute for COL-101)
(2 credit hours)
Examines theories and principles of career planning. Explore types of careers
and jobs. Learn how to form an effective decision-making strategy in choosing a
career and how to be successful in a career.
- HDV-111-009—Career Planning for Center
for Disability Students Only
Noncredit Career Planning Seminars
CL3-870—Career Planning Seminar
(noncredit, 5 weeks)
Make informed career choices and develop a career plan. Complete assessments to identify interests and abilities and explore career
and current market trends. Hot job topics and programs of study for desired
careers will be discussed.
Seminar (noncredit, 3 weeks)
Make informed career choices and develop a career plan by taking and reviewing
the results of assessments to identify your career interests and