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Counseling and Advising Center

Counseling Course Descriptions

The Counseling Division offers a broad range of courses with a view towards helping you be successful in college and life. An overview of courses with descriptions is listed below.

COUN = Counseling
HUMA = College Success and Human Developement
CLP = Career Development

  • See the Counseling Course Catalog for a complete description of each course, including prerequisites.
  • See the Schedule of Class listings on the left menu (bottom) for current and future class listings. Click the Course Notes icon for each class section course note for dates and times for Counseling 200.
Course IDCourse TitleUnitsDescription
COUN 200 Orientation to College .5 Orientation to college programs and services, location of college resources and facilities, explanation of college policies and procedures.
COUN 80W Special Topics .5 Selected counseling topics with a focus on academic and personal development.
COUN 80X Special Topics 1 Selected counseling topics with a focus on academic and personal development.
COUN 80Y Special Topics 2 Selected counseling topics with a focus on academic and personal development.
COUN 80Z Special Topics 3 Selected counseling topics with a focus on academic and personal development.
HUMA 10 Human Sexuality 4 The comprehensive study of the biological, psychological and socio-cultural aspects of human sexuality. An exploration into values and attitudes and their relationship to behaviors and behavioral changes. An assessment of cultural mores and current safe sex practices.
HUMA 50 Understanding and Managing Stress 4 Stress as the interaction between the individual and the environment viewed form psychological, sociological, and physiological perspectives including gender, multicultural and global concerns.
CLP 70 Self-Assessment for Career Planning 4 Explorations of individual values, interests, skills and personality types as they relate to career/life choices.
CLP 75 College Major and Career Options 2 Identify your compatible college majors and career options by completing a variety of self-assessment inventories.

 

The final responsibility for successfully achieving an educational goal rests with the student. Information on-line is designed to be helpful; however, this information changes frequently. It is recommended that students consult catalogs, schedule of classes, counselors/academic advisors, departments and universities to confirm an educational plan.



Counseling & Advising Center

Building:
Student & Community Services
2nd Floor,  Room 201

Phone: 408.864.5400

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Last Updated: 2/9/12