Oct 07, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BAS 1210 - Personal and Social Development

Credits: 2
Personal and Social Development is a course designed to provide experiences to enhance the development of behaviors that are characteristic of successful college students. The course will encourage students to explore the context of the UAPB undergraduate experience through the perspective of their own learning community participation. Experiences center on developing social and academic skills: (1) cognitive behaviors such as critical thinking, test-taking, use of the library; (2) affective behaviors such as concepts of good mental and emotional health, attitudes, values, and interest patterns; (3) psychomotor skills such as note-taking, listening, and time management; and (4) use of technology, campus resources, and support services to achieve personal success. It will also help students develop an understanding and appreciation for UAPB’s role in higher education through an exploration of the University’s heritage (history, mission, philosophy, and goals).



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