GNST 111 - Pathways to Student Success
This course is of twofold intent:
1) The course is an initial exploration into the role personal strengths play in the undergraduate experience of adult non-traditional and distance learners. Students are introduced to the Clifton Strengths Finder instrument and probe its implications for their academic journey and projected vocations. This reflective investigation serves as one means for an acute exploration of personal calling and career choices.
2) The course is to introduce the student to a variety of software programs, demonstrate the application for professional, educational, and personal use, and establish a comfort level in using computers in today’s society
Credit Hours: 3
Open to Division of Adult Learning students.
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