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Human Development


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Course Listings


HDEV 075JOURNEYS-A WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN2.0 CR  

targets women in life transitions - divorce, empty nest, job loss, etc., and provides them with tools to understand the challenges involved in change and new beginnings. Explores the process of transition, models of adapting to change, self awareness, and self assessment. Participants will explore educational and career options, with a focus on non-traditional careers that offer high-wage, high-demand opportunities, and develop a personal Success Plan. Meets for seven weeks and is graded on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 080TRANSITIONS7.0 CR  

Explores and develops the coping skills, attitudes, and behaviors needed to deal with job loss or underemployment and move forward with career and life planning. Main topics include dealing with job loss, assessing interests and skills, career exploration, goal setting, and job finding skills. Additional topics may include specialized skill assessment, financial management, utilizing community resources, advanced interview preparation, computerized job search. Skill building in reading, writing, math, and computers may also be integrated with these studies.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 090SUCCESS BY YOUR DESIGN2.0 CR  

Explores the connection between their thoughts and behaviors. Studentswill apply concepts in this interactive course to cultivate "Thought patterns for a Successful Career. Through self-reflection and discusSion, students will examine thought processes and how to control them, as well as understand how the mind works to create beliefs, habits, and attitudes, thus re-calibrating them for success.

Prerequisite: None.


HDEV 100NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION1.0 CR  

Helps students gain in-depth knowledge of the enrollment process, student rights and responsibilities, and college policies and procedures. Emphasizes activities and services available in Career and Employment Services, Computer Labs, the Learning Center, Financial Aid, and the LCC Library. Students will be required to attend two student success series workshops.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 101CAREER PLANNING5.0 CRRE  

Launches students into an investigation of interests, values, and careers, followed by decision- making and goal setting. Life planning component concentrates on self-esteem, self-exploration, emotions, relationships, and locus of control. Emphasis in the content will vary according to number of credits.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 106ACTIVITIES/EVENTS PROGRAMMING2.0 CR  

Involves students in development and implementation of variety of co-curricular activities. Students learn to organize educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs for campus community, as well as budget development, committee participation, and cooperative programming with campus and community organizations. Students enrolled for one credit either serve on the ASLCC Programming Board as a program director or some combination of programming committee(s) and or special projects assignment(s). Additional credit is available for additional committee or project responsibilities. This course is offered on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 107ACTIVITIES/EVENTS PROGRAMMING2.0 CR  

Involves students in development and implementation of variety of co-curricular activities. Students learn to organize educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs for campus community, as well as budget development, committee participation, and cooperative programming with campus and community organizations. Students enrolled for one credit either serve on the ASLCC Programming Board as a program director or some combination of programming committee(s) and or special projects assignment(s). Additional credit is available for additional committee or project responsibilities. This course is offered on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 108ACTIVITIES/EVENTS PROGRAMMING2.0 CR  

Involves students in development and implementation of variety of co-curricular activities. Students learn to organize educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs for campus community, as well as budget development, committee participation, and cooperative programming with campus and community organizations. Students enrolled for one credit either serve on the ASLCC Programming Board as a program director or some combination of programming committee(s) and or special projects assignment(s). Additional credit is available for additional committee or project responsibilities. This course is offered on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 110JOB FINDING SKILLS3.0 CR  

Provides effective job search techniques, including identification of transferable skills, job applications, job readiness, and creative job search. Students should be ready to conduct an active job search.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 115STRESS MANAGEMENT2.0 CR  

Focuses on developing effective life coping skills as related to interpersonal, work, family, and academic stressors. Students examine their beliefs, emotions, and self-defeating behaviors.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 116LEADERSHIP AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT3.0 CRRE  

Offers experience in elections, meeting procedure, college and ASLCC committees, planning and conducting governance activities, planning and managing budgets, deliberating issues and setting goals for student welfare, and effective leadership responsibilities. Students enrolled in this class are voting memebers of the Executive Council of the ASLCC.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 117LEADERSHIP AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT3.0 CRRE  

Offers experience in elections, meeting procedure, college and ASLCC committees, planning and conducting governance activities, planning and managing budgets, deliberating issues and setting goals for student welfare, and effective leadership responsibilities. Students enrolled in this class are voting memebers of the Executive Council of the ASLCC.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 118LEADERSHIP AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT3.0 CRRE  

Offers experience in elections, meeting procedure, college and ASLCC committees, planning and conducting governance activities, planning and managing budgets, deliberating issues and setting goals for student welfare, and effective leadership responsibilities. Students enrolled in this class are voting memebers of the Executive Council of the ASLCC.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 120INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP RELATIONS6.0 CR  

Extends to students opportunities in transfer information, goal setting, and other areas related to behavior change. Course may be repeated up to six times for a total of 6 credits.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 125ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING2.0 CR  

Examines interpersonal dynamics of relationships and personality. Students explore fears and anxieties connected to their interpersonal conflicts, as well as the impact of their personality on communication and behavior.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 127STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES3.0 CR  

This variable 1 - 3 credit course is designed to increase the retention, graduation, and transfer rate of first generation, low-income, and students with disabilities who are enrolled as Student Support Services participants. This course will expose students to strategies and activities designed to enhance a student's ability to learn, develop educational perspective, and improve academic performance. Emphasis on student's Individualized Academic Plan and personal needs will determine the class content for each student.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 128TRANSFER PLANNING1.0 CRRE   F, W, Sp

Facilitates the transfer process and increases the transfer rate of students who are first-generation, low-income, and/or DSS eligible, and who are enrolled as TRiO Student Support services participants. Exposes students to strategies and activities relevant to the process of choosing, applying, and enrolling as a transfer student at a 4-year institution. Emphasis on each student's long-range academic and career plan will determine the class content. This is a stand alone course that can be repeated for up to 3 credits. Tuition waived via TRiO-SSS Grant.

Prerequisites: None


HDEV 145ANGER MANAGEMENT2.0 CR  

Encourages students to examine irrational beliefs and self-defeating behaviors. Focus is on covert and overt behaviors contributing to the power held by our "intimate enemies."

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 150PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMOR3.0 CR  

Engages students in laughter and play. Focuses on biological and psychological effects of humor. Designed to help students develop health-conscious environment, manage pain, cope with emotional issues, and reduce stress. Pass/Fail grade.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 165LEAD:LEADERSHIP EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT2.0 CRRE   F, Sp

Develops leadership skills and abilities. Introduces philosophical, theoretical, and practical elements of leadership. Increases self-awareness of personality type, communication skills, and learning styles. Explores leadership styles, skills, qualities and situations. Develops self-reliance, conflict resolution strategies, and team building skills. Addresses transferability of skills from real-life settings (such as the athletic field or court) to the learning environment and work place. Open only to student athletes.

Prerequisites: Instructor permission.


HDEV 206ACTIVITIES/EVENTS PROGRAMMING2.0 CR  

Involves students in development and implementation of variety of co-curricular activities. Students learn to organize educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs for campus community, as well as budget development, committee participation, and cooperative programming with campus and community organizations. Students enrolled for one credit either serve on the ASLCC Programming Board as a program director or some combination of programming committee(s) and or special projects assignment(s). Additional credit is available for additional committee or project responsibilities. This course is offered on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 207ACTIVITIES/EVENTS PROGRAMMING2.0 CR  

Involves students in development and implementation of variety of co-curricular activities. Students learn to organize educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs for campus community, as well as budget development, committee participation, and cooperative programming with campus and community organizations. Students enrolled for one credit either serve on the ASLCC Programming Board as a program director or some combination of programming committee(s) and or special projects assignment(s). Additional credit is available for additional committee or project responsibilities. This course is offered on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 208ACTIVITIES/EVENTS PROGRAMMING2.0 CR  

Involves students in development and implementation of variety of co-curricular activities. Students learn to organize educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs for campus community, as well as budget development, committee participation, and cooperative programming with campus and community organizations. Students enrolled for one credit either serve on the ASLCC Programming Board as a program director or some combination of programming committee(s) and or special projects assignment(s). Additional credit is available for additional committee or project responsibilities. This course is offered on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 216LEADERSHIP AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT3.0 CRRE  

Offers experience in elections, meeting procedure, college and ASLCC committees, planning and conducting governance activities, planning and managing budgets, deliberating issues and setting goals for student welfare, and effective leadership responsibilities. Students enrolled in this class are voting memebers of the Executive Council of the ASLCC.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 217LEADERSHIP AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT3.0 CRRE  

Offers experience in elections, meeting procedure, college and ASLCC committees, planning and conducting governance activities, planning and managing budgets, deliberating issues and setting goals for student welfare, and effective leadership responsibilities. Students enrolled in this class are voting members of the Executive Council of the ASLCC.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 218LEADERSHIP AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT3.0 CRRE  

Offers experience in elections, meeting procedure, college and ASLCC committees, planning and conducting governance activities, planning and managing budgets, deliberating issues and setting goals for student welfare, and effective leadership responsibilities. Students enrolled in this class are voting memebers of the Executive Council of the ASLCC.

Prerequisite: None


HDEV 221PEER MENTORING I2.0 CRRE   F

Introduces Peer Mentoring principles to Student Support services Peer Mentors to increase the retention, graduation, and transfer rate of first-generation, low-income, and students with disabilities who are enrolled as Student Support Services first-year participants. Exposes Student Support Services Peer Mentors to strategies and activities designed to enhance first-year students' abilities to learn, develop educational perspective, and improve academic performance. Topics include leadership, communication, conflict resolution, stress management, and various other mentoring skillsets. Maximum number of credits possible: 2. Tuition waived.

Prerequisites: Students must be chosen to be Student Support Services Peer Mentors to enroll in the course.


HDEV 222PEER MENTORING II2.0 CRRE   W

Provides additional instruction for Peer Mentoring principles to Student Support services Peer Mentors to increase the retention, graduation, and transfer rate of first-generation, low-income, and students with disabilities who are enrolled as Student Support Services first-year participants. Exposes Student Support Services Peer Mentors to strategies and activities designed to enhance first-year students' abilities to learn, develop educational perspective, and improve academic performance. Topics include leadership, communication, conflict resolution, stress management, and various other mentoring skillsets. Maximum number of credits possible: 2. Tuition waived.

Prerequisites: HDEV 221 or instructor permission.


HDEV 223PEER MENTORING III1.0 CRRE   Sp

Concludes training for Peer Mentoring principles to Student Support services Peer Mentors to increase the retention, graduation, and transfer rate of first-generation, low-income, and students with disabilities who are enrolled as Student Support Services first-year participants. Exposes Student Support Services Peer Mentors to strategies and activities designed to enhance first-year students' abilities to learn, develop educational perspective, and improve academic performance. Topics include leadership, communication, conflict resolution, stress management, and various other mentoring skillsets.ng skillsets. Maximum number of credits possible: 2. Tuition waived.

Prerequisites: HDEV 222 or instructor permission.


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