Designed to assist with academic and life success skills, Student Life Skills courses help students:
This course is designed to strengthen skills essential to success in college, with further applications to post-college plans. Included are study and test-taking strategies; effective interpersonal skills; time management techniques; creative and critical thinking skills; college services and resources; educational policies, procedures, regulations and terminology; and library resources, research strategies, and information skills for online, blended, and traditional learning environments. Students testing into one or more college prep courses are required to take SLS 1101.
Mentoring refers to a formalized process whereby a student is positively socialized by his or her mentor(s) into the college experience and the college community. The student will participate in mentoring relationships that will include one or more members of the SPC community. The mentor will assist the student in developing a skillset, a level of awareness, and a network to increase the likelihood of success in college. Students testing into one or more college prep courses are required to take SLS 1101 and SLS 1126.
Pre or Corequisite: SLS 1101
This course focuses on the development of leadership skills. It provides a basic understanding of leadership and group dynamics theory and will assist the student in developing a personal philosophy of leadership and an awareness of the moral and ethical responsibilities of leadership. Topics include decision making, leadership ethics, goal formation, building trust, empowering others, conflict resolution, and managing organizational change. The course will integrate readings and films from classic works of literature, contemporary multi-cultural writing, and experiential learning exercises with current leadership theories and practices.
This course assists students in identifying aptitudes, interests, and values as related to career decision-making and is individualized to personal lifestyles. Employment and future trends in careers will be explored.
This is a course to develop academic study skills, including strategies for time management, vocabulary building, reading, listening, note-taking, test-taking, memory, library research skills, and coping with test anxiety. It is designed to increase students' confidence and competence in study skills techniques. Recommended for students who wish to improve the skills necessary for academic success.
Under the supervision of an instructor, the student (hereafter called "tutor") does peer tutoring/proctoring in individualized classroom or laboratory learning situations. The emphasis is on the one-to-one helping relationship in an academic area in which the peer tutor/proctor has competence.(Note: A maximum of 8 credits can be received for this course. 4 contact hours, 2 credit hours; 6 contact hours, 3 credit hours.)
This course is designed to assist the student in understanding the concept of stress, identifying the causes and effects of stress, and identifying and implementing methods of modifying and coping with stress. Emphasis will be placed on promoting self-awareness of personal stresses and choosing appropriate interventions for the management of stress.
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