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Adult Dual Credit

What Will I Learn/Do?

Term Winter 2021
Delivery Online
Time Feb 15 – May 27
Time 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Day Monday Tuesday Thursday
Course Human Relations:
The Interpersonal Experience – HCDSB
Business Communication Wellness & Healthy Living
School Code BOA4T BCA4T HFB4T
College Code HUMN16693G COMM12423 HEAL13271G
Passing Grade 50% 50% 50%

Course Descriptions:

Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to interpersonal relationships. Healthy interpersonal relationships are central to our wellbeing, familial and workplace success. Effective communication skills are critical in any relationships. This course helps students become more self-reflective and self-aware of their communication capabilities through topics such as the foundations of interpersonal communications, creating and responding to messages, the dynamics and contexts of interpersonal relationships. Attention is given to verbal and nonverbal communication, listening skills, perceiving others, managing conflict and interpersonal relationship within family, work, groups, and teams.

Wellness & Healthy Living

Students investigate their own personal well-being through the exploration of the fundamental principles of physical and mental health. These principles are applied to various day-to-day activities or issues, allowing the student to make positive decisions that lead to a healthy lifestyle. Topics covered include dealing with stress, exercise and physical fitness, nutrition, sexual health, substance and non-substance addiction, personal safety, and environmentally friendly health choices. Through interactive lectures and online activities, students use this information to self-reflect and learn more about themselves on a personal level.

Business Communication

In this introductory course in business communication, students prepare for a variety of business writing and presentations encountered in the workplace. Students practice formal and informal business communication including letters, memos and business presentations and apply these formats to a variety of purposes and audiences. Students solve communication situations by analyzing their intended audience, determining their purpose, and then selecting and applying appropriate business communication strategies. Students practice skills necessary for communication success, both in college studies and their chosen career. Work in the hybrid version of the course may include the following: on-line discussion groups, review and submission of assignments on-line, on-line quizzes, contribution to blogs, and creation of on-line presentation material.