Jun 18, 2019  
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BUS 122 - Self-Management


The main purpose of this course is to improve student learning and retention on a department-wide scale.  Self-Management seeks to increase student learning by assisting students in developing and mastering the self-management and workforce readiness skills necessary to achieve their academic and career goals.  In addition, the course will connect students with faculty mentors who will educate and advise students on the following academic matters:  academic planning and registration, college codes of conduct, college transfer, internships, employment, college and departmental policies and procedures, and college technology training including:  MyCollege, Banner, Starfish, and DegreeWorks.  Required course for all business students.

Credits: 3
Hours
3 Class Hour
Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the Course:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

  1. Have Conceptual Behavioral Readiness Skills:  Students will demonstrate the ability to identify, diagnose, and evaluate trust and responsibilty in themselves and others in five "soft skill" or behavioral areas:  communications, choice, commitment, coping, and caring.
  2. Have Applied Behavioral Readiness Skills:  Students will demonstrate trust and responsibility in the 5 "soft skill" areas (communicating, choosing, committing, coping, and caring) in academic-based and work-based scenarios or situations.
  3. Have Technology Skills:  Students will demonstrate competence in selecting, using, and applying SUNY Broome technology concepts, systems, and operations to academic-based and workforce-related tasks.




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