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Human Development Courses

HUMD 1100 Personal Development (3 credits)
This course is designed to help students understand the factors that influence behaviour and to learn how to take charge of one's own life. The focus will be on increasing self-awareness and knowledge as a stepping stone to personal growth. The class will deal with developing personal strengths, coping strategies, self-management, and personal goal attainment. Specific topics such as personal needs/rights/values, individual style, self-esteem/concept, and stress/time management will be explored. 
Prerequisite: None 
Seminar: 3; Student Directed Learning: 1 
Offered: TBA


HUMD 1130 Career Explorations and Personal Development (3 credits)
Career and life choices are influenced by many factors including family, gender, personality and individual interests. This 14-week course will help students develop awareness and understanding of themselves and their career choices. Topics will include self-esteem and interpersonal communication skills, personality and temperament factors, needs and values clarification, interest assessment, occupational research skills, goal setting, problem solving and decision-making. This basic introductory/exploratory course is designed for students with little recent educational experience. Instruction will be moderately paced and will occur in a supportive and interactive environment. 
Prerequisite: None 
Seminar: 3; Student Directed Learning: 1 
Offered: Fall and/or Winter


HUMD 1142 Career Explorations (1.5 credits)
This seven-week course assists individuals to make informed career choices. Assessments of personal values, needs, skills, interests and abilities are considered; information resources concerning occupations, educational programs, training requirements and future trends are presented. Class discussions, outside readings and research encourage students to consider the occupations and training opportunities available to them. It is recommended that students choose one of HUMD 1142 or HUMD 1130 because of overlapping content. 
Prerequisite: None 
Laboratory: 1; Seminar: 3 
Offered: TBA


HUMD 1152 The Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships 
(3 credits)

This course will provide the student with an opportunity to explore and understand the dynamics of interpersonal relationships. Self-awareness will be encouraged by examining personal type, values, needs and beliefs. Interpersonal communication skills such as self-disclosure, "I" messages, and active listening and responding with understanding will be presented. Students will learn how to apply new skills in their personal relationships. 
Prerequisite: None 
Laboratory: 1; Seminar: 3 
Offered: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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