Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences courses allow individuals to broaden their understanding of the world beyond individual perspectives, learn how to become good citizens, and teach important skills that employers seek in their employees.
If you tested into developmental English, corequisite courses can help you. Instead of taking at least two semesters to complete both your developmental and college-level courses, you now have an opportunity to complete both in one semester by enrolling in both courses at the same time.
Talk to your pathway advisor today to help determine which courses will work best for you.
Students who take courses in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences learn valuable job-related skills that employers seek across all fields. These skills can be listed on resumes and job applications.
Oral and written communication: Express ideas in clear, concise, and effective manners that are easily understandable to others
Problem Solving: Evaluate and identify problems, causes, patterns, or issues and explore workable solutions to improve situations
Information Gathering: Observe and listen to information provided orally and read material to gather and interpret information presented in various formats
Teamwork: Cooperate, contribute, and collaborate as a member of a group in an effort to attain agreement and achieve a collective outcome
Appreciation of Diversity: Show empathy and embrace multi-cultural diversity, including viewing new ideas and varying perspectives in a positive fashion
Work Ethic: Demonstration of punctuality, dependability, reliability, and responsibility in reporting for duty and performing assigned tasks as directed
Professionalism: Knowledge of how to dress appropriately, speak politely, and conduct oneself in a manner appropriate for the profession and work site
Integrity: Choose ethical course of action and comply with applicable rules, laws, and regulations; trustworthy and honest
Organization: Impose order and rank materials concepts, and tasks to efficiently manage and balance all types of workplace and personal situations
Creativity: Conceive of and contribute new ideas, alternative pathways, or unique responses to a variety of situations