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  • Search for CG90CG90 0 credits

    Student Assistants' Training

    Provides training for student workers in basic communication skills and referral techniques such as locating college- and community-based resources and services. Also covers FERPA/confidentially guidelines and other RCC policies and procedures. Course does not transfer.

  • Search for CG100CG100 2 credits

    College Success and Survival

    Introduces students to aspects of academic success centering on strategies for discipline-specific and delivery-specific study habits, Web-based resources and tools. This class will also focus on achieving positive outcomes in the academic environment by using the frameworks of teaching and learning style interactions, college systems understanding, and positive behavior and communication skills. Helps students make personal and social adjustments for college success. Focuses on college terms and information; class choice, degree requirements, use of library, and student services; balancing work, school and home demands; financial planning; forming study partnerships; and stress and time management.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR90 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90), or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for CG105CG105 1 credit

    Finding the Money: Scholarship Essay Writing

    Teaches students to write effective scholarship essays and develop their own personal essays from initial draft to final essay format. This class explores resources for funding college education, and strategies for effective research via the Internet.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and BT113 or WR115, or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for CG111CG111 1 credit

    Study Skills for College Learning: Math Success

    Provides students information, techniques, strategies and skills helpful in becoming more efficient in time management, studying, listening, note taking, exams, and stress reduction; addresses basic principles of psychology of learning and assists in creating positive tools towards successful math completion.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR90 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90), or designated placement test scores, and concurrent enrollment in a math class.

  • Search for CG114CG114 1 credit

    Financial Survival for College Students

    Provides students with general information and strategies on how to make fiscally wise choices for their education and future.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR90 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90), or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for CG140CG140 3 credits

    Career Development

    Provides tools needed to make an informed career decision and set educational goals. The course includes self-assessment tools, career exploration options, guest speakers and field trips. Use of the RCC website and Career Pathways roadmaps are included.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR90 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90), or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for CG144CG144 1 credit

    Introduction to Assertiveness Training

    Examines assertiveness and its relationship to personality development. Focuses on responsible assertive behavior in everyday life, emphasizing communication that respects self and others.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR90 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90), or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for CG147CG147 1 credit

    Decision Making

    Develops an awareness of decision-making styles and encourages the practice of different decision-making styles to make effective educational and career choices.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR90 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90), or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for CG150CG150 3 credits

    Exploring Careers in Science and Technology

    Explores the fields of automotive, diesel, building construction, and computer literacy. Investigates diverse subjects including high technology and the trades. Explores the dynamic, changing roles of men and women in the workplace.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR115 or designated placement test scores, and CS120 or documented proficiency. Offered infrequently.

  • Search for CG155CG155 3 credits

    Exploring Careers in Health Care

    Introduces students to a comprehensive range of health care professions. Students will explore career choices including educational requirements, job outlooks, occupational requirements, wage ranges and professional requirements. In addition, students will complete self-assessments using the Holland Code Quiz, the RCC Career Pathway and Health Careers Today to help determine which health careers are a good match for their interests and skills. This is a hybrid course that requires work in class and online.
    Prerequisites: RD90 or designated placement test score; BT113 or WR115 (may be taken concurrently); ability to use the Internet, email, and the Rogue Online course management system is also required.

  • Search for CG199CG199 1 credit

    Special Studies: Sexual Awareness

    Allows students to explore societal trends, communication barriers, how the sexes portray each other, relationship conflicts, assertiveness, how our beliefs begin, what our responsibility is to ourselves and each other, and the benefits of healthy interactions.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR90 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90), or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for CG213CG213 3 credits

    Improving Parent-Child Relationships

    Flexibly designed to meet parents’ varying needs and schedules; presents a coherent approach to positive parenting; specific parent-child interactions are analyzed and practical steps for effective interaction are identified.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and WR115 or BT113, or designated placement test scores; CS120 recommended.

Human Development

  • Search for HD114HD114 2 credits

    Life Planning

    Provides students with a wide array of useful life planning and management tools. During the course, students try each of the tools to test their applicability and value in managing their own circumstances. As a final assignment, students select tools that are personally valuable and confirm their planned use beyond the course. Course is offered exclusively to TRiO SSS participants.
    Prerequisites: RD90 and BT113 or WR115, or designated placement test scores.

  • Search for HD215HD215 2 credits

    Transfer Success

    Prepare students for transfer to a 4-year college or university. Course content focuses on developing strategies for choosing a program major and a transfer institution, identification of resources to assist in the transfer process, and information for obtaining financial aid and scholarships. Students will utilize the Career Information Systems (CIS) and navigate university websites to aid in the decision making progress. Course is offered exclusively to TRiO SSS participants.
    Prerequisites: CS120 or BA131 or documented proficiency, and WR121.