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COL103 College Success and Orientation (1)

This course is an orientation to the world of college. The course covers curriculum structure and program design and includes the preparation of a career plan based on obtaining an associate degree in a selected major. Decision making skills will also be practiced. This course must be completed before students register for their 25th semester credit at HCC. Students who have earned or who have transferred at least 30 semester credits to HCC are not required to take the course.

COL103A College Success and Orientation (1)

This course is an orientation to the world of college.  The course will include preparation of an academic plan to obtain an associate degree in a selected major. The course will also cover curriculum structure, program design, college success skills, transferring to a four-year institution, decision making, and career planning.

COL160 Career/Life Planning (1)

This course is an orientation to the world of work. The course will include preparation of a career plan based on academic major and degree goals.  The course will also cover curriculum structure, program design, and decision making. This course must be taken before registering for the 25th credit hour at HCC. Students who have already taken a similar course elsewhere or who are transferring more than 30 hours to HCC are not required to take this course.

COL160A Career/Life Planning (1)

This course is an orientation to the world of work. The course will include preparation of a career plan based on academic major and degree goals.  The course will also cover curriculum structure, program design, and decision making. This course must be taken before registering for the 25th credit hour at HCC. Students who have already taken a similar course elsewhere or who are transferring more than 30 hours to HCC are not required to take this course.

COL 162 Careers in Sports and Fitness (2)

The purpose of this course is to make students aware of the variety of careers related to sports and fitness.  The course will provide students a realistic look at personal abilities, level of commitment, and work ethic.  The course will examine various sports and fitness careers as well as preparation, expectations, and employment opportunities.  Guest speakers currently engaged in sports or fitness careers will also provide information and insight.  The focus of the course is to help students make an informed choice and develop a plan to achieve personal goals in a sports or fitness career.

Syllabus

COL170A Leadership, Organization, and Goals (0.5)

Prerequisite: Permission

This course will provide practical instruction and experience in student government and leadership.  The course will cover leadership qualities, organization and time management, conflict resolution, communication, individual differences, campus culture, and team building.  Students will be actively involved in student government as well as fundraising, community service projects, student activities, campus activities, new student orientation and move-in, the block party, visit days, entertainment, and programs.  This course is designed for individuals with little or no background in student government.

COL170B Leadership, Organization, and Goals (0.5)

Prerequisite: Permission

This course will provide practical instruction and experience in student government and leadership.  The course will cover leadership qualities, organization and time management, conflict resolution, communication, individual differences, campus culture, and team building.  Students will be actively involved in student government as well as fundraising, community service projects, student activities, campus activities, new student orientation and move-in, the block party, visit days, entertainment, and programs.  This course is designed for individuals with little or no background in student government.

COL170C Leadership, Organization, and Goals (0.5)

Prerequisite: Permission

This course will provide practical instruction and experience in student government and leadership.  The course will cover leadership qualities, organization and time management, conflict resolution, communication, individual differences, campus culture, and team building.  Students will be actively involved in student government as well as fundraising, community service projects, student activities, campus activities, new student orientation and move-in, the block party, visit days, entertainment, and programs.  This course is designed for individuals with little or no background in student government.

COL170D Leadership, Organization, and Goals (0.5)

Prerequisite: Permission

This course will provide practical instruction and experience in student government and leadership.  The course will cover leadership qualities, organization and time management, conflict resolution, communication, individual differences, campus culture, and team building.  Students will be actively involved in student government as well as fundraising, community service projects, student activities, campus activities, new student orientation and move-in, the block party, visit days, entertainment, and programs.  This course is designed for individuals with little or no background in student government.

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