HDV-100 Special Topics
Human Potentials (2 credit hours)
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 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.
College Transition (2 credit hours)
This course is a COL-101 equivalent course for special populations. It provides students an opportunity to assess their purpose for college, assess their study strategies, set college and career goals, examine their values and decision-making skills, and develop an appreciation for diversity. This course will also allow the students to address topics of concern related to the special population of which they are a part. As with all HDV courses, this course is meant to be a process-focused course in which students can learn about themselves and gain skills to help them be successful as college students.
Career Planning (2 credit hours)
Are you undecided about your career or major and are a currently enrolled Moraine Valley Community College student? This course examines theories and principles of career planning. Explores 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.
For community members who are not enrolled in the college:
Career Assessment Seminar
Begin to access, research and discuss your potential career. You’ll complete brief assessments to identify your interests and abilities, and review occupational websites as you explore possible jobs and find your career direction.