SER 102 : College Success Seminar for Human Services

This course facilitates a new Human Services major’s transition to college. Students become familiar with the college’s resources and make meaningful connections with faculty, staff, and support services. Students build a solid foundation of skills, tools, and competencies needed to be successful college students and in the Human Services Program (certificate and/or degree). As part of this course, students explore and utilize both technology and learning resources, identify and apply personalized study and critical thinking skills, develop academic career goals, and build financial literacy. 1 Credit
Students will be able to: 1. Identify and utilize college resources. 2. Apply personalized learning and study skills that will enhance their college success. 3. Formulate academic and career goals. 4. Create social relationships with students, faculty and staff. 5. Develop basic financial literacy.





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