Human Development Classes

Human Development Classes

Counselors are faculty members who teach Human Development credit classes, including College Success (CG100), College Success: Back On Course (CG100BC), Career and Life Planning (CG140), Human Relations at Work (CG203), and Improving Parent-Child Relations (CG213). Some courses are offered online.

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CG100, College Success (3 credits)

This course emphasizes practice and active learning of skills and strategies that help create greater academic, professional, and personal success. College Success strategies empower students to make wise choices that lead to improved experiences and outcomes in college and beyond. Offered fall, winter, spring. May be offered online or hybrid.

This course may fulfill the human relations requirement for associate of applied science degrees and certificates.  It fulfills the social science requirement for the associate of applied science, associate of general studies, and associate of science degrees; and elective credit for the associate of arts Oregon transfer and other transfer degrees.

CG100BC, College Success: Back On Course (1 credit)

This seven-week course is required for students who have reached Alert 3 in Lane’s Academic Progress Standards system. Back On Course helps students identify real and perceived barriers to their academic success. Various success strategies and resources are covered, including taking responsibility, identifying goals, making informed decisions, and improving self-management. Offered fall, winter, spring. May be offered online.

This course fulfills elective credit for the associate of general studies, associate of science, and associate of arts Oregon transfer and other transfer degrees.

CG140, Career and Life Planning (3 credits)

This course focuses on self-assessment, career exploration, and goal setting, using a variety of activities and resources.  Students gain insight into their interests, strengths, skills, values, goals, and life roles; research majors and career fields; and create a vision and next steps for their future. Offered fall, winter, spring. May be offered online.

This course fulfills the social science requirement for the associate of applied science, associate of general studies, and associate of science degrees; and elective credit for the associate of arts Oregon transfer and other transfer degrees.

CG203, Human Relations at Work (3 credits)

This course presents the interpersonal “people skills” that are important in today’s workplace. Topics are varied and include awareness of individual work styles and how to work effectively with people with different styles in a diverse workplace. Offered fall, winter, spring. May be offered online.

This course may fulfill the human relations requirement for associate of applied science degrees and certificates.  It fulfills the social science requirement for the associate of applied science, associate of general studies, and associate of science degrees; and elective credit for the associate of arts Oregon transfer and other transfer degrees.

CG213, Improving Parent-Child Relations (3 credits)

View real life in-home parent-child interactions with a focus on building credibility, encouragement, effective communication, and stimulating children’s healthy development. Typical problems are illustrated in a variety of family types and children. Offered fall, winter, spring. Offered online.

This course fulfills the social science requirement for the associate of applied science, associate of general studies, and associate of science degrees; and elective credit for the associate of arts Oregon transfer and other transfer degrees.