Description of Courses
BCC BERRY COLLEGE COURSES
099. Library Skills -2 hours total, 0 credit
Completion required of all entering students during first term of enrollment. Introduction to library resources; training in use of computerized catalog and other computerized indexes. Accurate completion of assignment or repetition of course required. Grading Pass or Fail.
100. First-Year Seminar - 1-0-1
Orientation to the academic, intellectual, social and personal demands of higher education and an introduction to the history, mission and resources of Berry College. Through readings, lectures, discussions and group activities, students explore their strengths, aptitudes, values and goals and develop a plan for their Berry education. Students will reflect on individual goals within the context of higher education while developing time-management skills and learning a variety of study strategies. Required for any student entering Berry with fewer than 24 hours of college credit.
150. Career Development - 2-0-2
The relationship between self-awareness and understanding of the occupational environment. Topics include decision-making styles, personal goals, self-concept, values, interests, skills, experience, occupational and educational options and career-search strategies.