STU 100 - College Success and Career Planning
1 Credits, 1 Contact Hours
1 lecture period 0 lab periods
Theoretical models of cognition, motivation, and human development serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of academic and career development strategies. Includes an introduction to the factors that impact learning, goal persistence, self-efficacy, and communication, which will foster the integration of relevant knowledge and skills. Also includes the use of assessment instruments (e.g., learning and career inventories) to identify students’ strengths and challenges, and the application of skills to their academic and career development processes.
Information: This course is intended for students who are generally decided about their major and/or career path.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Identify and apply appropriate learning and behavior management strategies for educational and career goal attainment.
- Use strategies and resources to foster career development planning and occupational success.
I. Learning and Time Management Strategies
II. College and financial resources
III. Academic and Career Goals
- Decision-making regarding direct employment or transfer path
- Level of commitment, motivation, and confidence
- Diversity in education and work
IV. Educational and Occupational Information, Planning, and Future Transitions
Full Academic Year 2018/19
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