List of Courses

GEN 152 Human Adjustment (3 credits)

A learning experience through which students may derive a better understanding of themselves, their relationships to others, and how they adjust to their environment. Students learn about the process of adjustment and are introduced to concepts and skills that promote adjustment. Current theories in psychology provide the framework for discussion of topics that include self-concept, identity, personality, aging, sex role, stress and health, and maladjustment.

GEN 154 Comparative Vocational Planning (3 credits)

Designed to introduce students to methods of occupational planning and to expose them to available career choices. Integrated concepts include an evaluation of individual capabilities, preferences and goals. Students will also learn about the processes of the job search, resume writing, and interviewing.