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Student Development (SDV)

  • SDV022 Study Strategies: Strategies for improving textbook reading, note-taking, test-taking, and time management. Career choice guidance. Independent study or classroom setting. (DEVELOPMENTAL CREDIT)
  • SDV108 The College Experience: REQUIRED COURSE FOR ALL STUDENTS. Designed to direct students’ attention to the college academic culture, facilitate development of academic success skills and connect them to campus resources that will aid in their success. Students in this course will discuss issues important to college students, facilitate becoming actively involved in college life, act as a support group, encourage appreciation of cultural diversity, and provide insight into how to assure success at college.
  • SDV111 Success Seminar: Success seminar is taken to acclimate students to college life and responsibilities. Class meets twice weekly for a half-term to discuss issues important to college students, develop tools for academic success, facilitate becoming actively involved in college life, act as a support group, encourage appreciation of cultural diversity, and provide insight into how to assure success at college.
  • SDV113 Strategies for Academic Success: Strategies for improving textbook reading, note-taking, test-taking, and time management. Career choice guidance. Independent study or classroom setting.
  • SDV130 Career Exploration: To enable students to develop a systematic approach to career decision-making. Emphasis on the process of choosing a career, assessing employment opportunities, and marketing individual skills. Topics: self-assessment, decision-making, career exploration, job search strategies, resume development, and interviewing techniques.
  • SDV135 Job Seeking Skills: Effective techniques to secure work that matches skills, interests, and goals in a competitive job market.
  • SDV151 Leadership Training & Skill Dev.: Students will both learn about leadership theory and application and develop their own leadership skills by defining, building, and applying leadership skills.
  • SDV182 Human Potential Seminar: Positive-oriented group experience emphasizing and realizing potential, setting goals, and clarifying values.
  • SDV185 Advanced Human Potential Seminar (Prerequisite: SDV182): Techniques to identify, prevent, resolve, and manage conflict.
  • SDV194 Team Building: Communicating in groups, group processes, roles of group members, leadership styles, simulations.

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Contact the MCC Admissions Office for all of your questions … we’re here to help! To get to our office, park in the northwest pa...

Contact the MCC Admissions Office for all of your questions … we’re here to help! To get to our office, park in the northwest parking lot on the MCC campus and take the short sidewalk to the main MCC entrance, labeled Door #1. We’re just inside and to the left!

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