Prerequisite(s): PSY 110. This course will cover multidisciplinary theories and research findings on the nature of happiness and well-being including character strengths, positive emotions, motivation, relationships, positive mental health, and physical health. This course is both didactic and experiential including scientifically-supported methods for cultivating factors related to happiness.
Understanding of the problems people face in our society and the diverse ways in which they respond to these problems.
101: Consists of classroom, individual and computer-assisted instruction along with career counseling.
102: Designed to help students apply decision-making and critical thinking skills to plan for success and career development based on academic and occupational goals.
Application of strategic management principles to college learning with emphasis on evaluating academic performance and initiating corrective adjustments.
Theoretical bases and laboratory experiences in rhythmical activities for cardiovascular development.
Theoretical bases and laboratory experiences in development of muscular strength, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance.
Theoretical concepts and laboratory experience in development of strength and flexibility through yoga exercise.
221: Fiction Writing I - Introduction to fiction writing.
222: Poetry Writing 1 - Introduction to poetry writing.
Traditional techniques in the forming, firing and glazing of clay. May not be used toward the major or minor in art or art education. May be repeated.