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INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

IS 1

COLLEGE SUCCESS� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture

College Success is designed to assists students to obtain skills and knowledge necessary t reach their education objectives. Topics to b covered include: orientation to college, motivation, memory development, study skills and techniques, introduction to career-life planning, skills for dealing with personal issues that face many college students including self esteem, and a introduction to the use of computers in the educational setting. (AA, CSU)

IS 2

CAREER PLANNING� (1)

Class Hours: 2 Lecture (9 weeks)� CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation on ENG 101B or equivalent.

Interdisciplinary Studies 2 is an examination of the career development process including self-assessment, career exploration and decision-making.� During this course, students will identify their interests, values, skills and personality type as they relate to career life planning. Extensive use of internet resources will be required.� (AA, CSU)

IS 7

STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT� (2)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, 3 Laboratory, CR/NC

Interdisciplinary Studies 7 is a course designed for the development of leadership skills.� Students will serve as officers on the Associated Student Body Council, student clubs, cheer squad or as representatives on campus-wide committees.� Emphasis will be placed on participation in governing and organizational operations of specific college groups.� Students will learn effective planning, personal and professional leadership skills, organizational structure and conducting meetings using parliamentary procedure.� May be taken four times for credit.� (AA, CSU)

IS 50

ORIENTATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS� (1)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, CR/NC Only

Interdisciplinary Studies 50 is designed to acquaint the international student with community college and university requirements, college and community services, and strategies for the student's success.� (AA)

 
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