Student Development (SD)

Courses

SD-095 APPLIED STUDY SKILLS 1.00 Credit

Study skills and college adjustment support targeting specific academic areas (e.g. nursing, natural science, education, etc.) Topics include: textbook reading and note taking, test taking strategies, research and writing techniques, time management, and career exploration and goal setting.

SD-096 APPLIED STUDY SKILLS IN COMPUTER BASICS 1.00 Credit

Basic computer skills for individuals without computer experience. Topics include: 1) Windows, 2) Word , 3) PowerPoint, 4) LC Warrior Mail, 5) Warrior Web. Students must be participants of TRIO Academic Services.

SD-097 APPLIED STUDY SUPPORT IN MATHEMATICS 1.00 Credit

Provides study skill support in the area of basic mathematics. Course sections include support for Math 015, Math 025, Math 108, Math 130, and Math 157. Students must be participants of TRIO Academic Services. Graded P/F only.

SD-100 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE STUDIES 1.00 Credit

Includes study skills, learning how the college functions, career exploration and life planning. Topics include: 1) taking notes from books and lectures; 2) taking essay and objective tests; 3) planning for study; 4) determining interests; 5) writing a career plan; 6) setting goals in a variety of life areas; and 7) making plans to accomplish life goals.

SD-101 STUDENT DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR 1.00 Credit

Includes study skills, learning how the college functions, career exploration and life planning. Topics include: taking notes from books and lectures, taking essay and objective tests, planning for study, determining interests, writing a career plan, setting goals in a variety of life areas and making plans to accomplish life goals. Course content is tailored to the unique needs of student athletes.

SD-105 FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE 1.00 Credit

Designed to help students develop the skills and abilities needed to succeed at Lewis-Clark State College. Course instruction will focus on transition issues, support services, connection to campus community, valuing education, academic expectations, successful behavior, introduction to online learning components, critical thinking, and decision-making. Students will be required to complete written, oral, and online assignments, and actively participate in a learning-centered environment.

SD-107 NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION 1.00 Credit

New students to LCSC will be exposed to fellow students, faculty and staff to become familiar with the campus culture and the myriad of policies and procedures to help students function within that culture. Orientation is the cornerstone of a successful college career and, thus, contains a variety of components intended to acquaint students with the campus and faculty/staff affiliated with the students' academic majors.

SD-108 WARRIOR ENTERTAINMENT BOARD 1.00-2.00 Credits

Students will plan and implement entertainment events at the college. Students will spend classroom time learning the basics of event planning and gain hands-on experience while planning events for LCSC's campus community. Entertainment events include, but are not limited to, concerts, movies, speakers, comedy shows, cultural events, novelty acts, and dances. Program Leads - 2 credits (108) per semester. Programmers - 1 credit (108) per semester. A maximum of 10 credits may be earned and these credits may not be used to fulfill core requirements or major/minor requirements.

SD-110 APPLICATION OF LEARNING STRATEGIES 3.00 Credits

An individualized course designed to provide students with an opportunity to become proficient in the application of various learning strategies in college course materials. Both affective and cognitive factors in the learning process are addressed. Students are assessed individually and directed to complete specific objectives based on the initial evaluation. Students must be participants of TRIO Academic Services.

SD-111 INTERNATIONAL CLUB 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course will integrate international students into college and the community and to provide American students and community members with a meaningful experience in cultural diversity. The students will take part in various educational, social, fundraising and service activities. May be repeated 2 times for credit. Graded P/F only.

SD-112 CAMP CLASS 1.00 Credit

This course will help CAMP students integrate into the college and the community and provides all LCSC students an opportunity to experience diversity related to Hispanic culture.

SD-115 PUBLIC RELATIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION 1.00 Credit

This course serves as the foundation course for the LCSC Explorers. The course will expose students to information that is key to promoting the college and assisting perspective students in the enrollment process. Secondarily, the course helps students develop presentation/marketing skills. Lectures are delivered by members of the faculty, professional staff and community. This class may be repeated for a maximum of 5 credits.

SD-120 CAREER EXPLORATION 1.00 Credit

Career Exploration is designed to assist students as they research themselves and the world of work. Specifically, the course challenges students to look at their values, interests, and skills as they relate to career choices. Students will gain an accurate perception of how their personal and professional goals match with the work world, as well as learn about ways to reach their goals.

SD-124 NATIVE AMERICAN AWARENESS 1.00 Credit

Focuses on the planning, organization and implementation of the annual Native American Awareness Week promoting an understanding of Native American cultures and peoples. Speakers and activities address cultural, historical and contemporary subjects. Note: Fall semester for 1 credit.

SD-125 NATIVE AMERICAN AWARENESS 1.00-2.00 Credits

Focuses on the planning, organization and implementation of the annual Native American Awareness Week promoting an understanding of Native American cultures and peoples. Speakers and activities address cultural, historical and contemporary subjects. Note: Spring semester for 1 or 2 credits.

SD-130 PRACTICUM IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP 1.00-4.00 Credits

Theory and practice in developing leadership skills. Associated Student Body President - 4 credits (330) per semester. Associated Student Body Vice-President - 3 credits (330) per semester. Committee members - 1 credit (130) per semester. A maximum of 10 credits may be earned and these credits may not be used to fulfill core requirements or major/minor requirements.

SD-190 DIRECTED STUDY IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-192 SPEACIAL TOPICS IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-193 SERVICE LEARNING 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-195 PRACTICUM IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-200 STUDY ABROAD 12.00 Credits

This course is used to hold a place at LCSC for students studying abroad on an approved Study Abroad Program. When students return from their semester abroad, they are then granted credit against specific LCSC courses based on their studies overseas.

SD-201 ULSAN SUMMER STUDY ABROAD 4.00 Credits

The purpose of this 4-week course is to introduce attendees to South Korean language, culture, history and current events through classroom teaching and experiential excursions. Students will complete an essay and a final exam, as well as participating in all field trips and classes.

SD-202 SUMMER STUDY ABROAD 6.00-12.00 Credits

A variable-credit placeholder course for summer students to register for financial aid and maintain status while abroad. Replaced by their transcripted classes upon return.

SD-210 INTRODUCTION TO CAREER DEVELOPMENT 2.00-3.00 Credits

Students will pursue self-awareness activities including investigation of work salience, self efficacy issues, defining abilities, interests, values and realms of potential function. Use of the System of Identifying Motivational Abilities (SIMA) will enhance career identity information. Students will learn about the World of Work and the contemporary labor market, engaging in a series of informational interviews and job shadow activities to enhance career decision making strategies. The career development process culminates in goal-setting and the implementation of a career action plan.

SD-211 INTERNATIONAL CLUB 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course will teach cooperation, leadership and organizational skills to international and American students. Students will plan and implement an international dinner for 300 guests and take part in other community activities. May be repeated 2 times for credit. Graded P/F only.

SD-220 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP 1.00-3.00 Credits

This course is designed to facilitate growth and change, empowering students to become proactive, to actively create the future, and to become change agents through application of interpersonal leadership principles. Students learn several approaches to problem solving and their applications. Teamwork potential is developed through work on various projects.

SD-221 ADVANCED INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE STUDIES 1.00 Credit

The purpose of this course is to provide an opportunity for students to expand their potential for success after high school by learning and adopting proven methods and techniques of skill enhancement. This course will primarily focus on college preparation and "survival skills" necessary to bridge the gap between high school and college.

SD-224 NATIVE AMERICAN AWARENESS 1.00 Credit

Focuses on the planning, organization and implementation of the annual Native American Awareness Week promoting an understanding of Native American cultures and peoples. Speakers and activities address cultural, historical and contemporary subjects. Pre-requisite: SD 124/125. Note: Fall semester for 1 credit.

SD-225 NATIVE AMERICAN AWARENESS 1.00-2.00 Credits

Focuses on the planning, organization and implementation of the annual Native American Awareness Week promoting an understanding of Native American cultures and peoples. Speakers and activities address cultural, historical and contemporary subjects. Pre-requisite: SD 124/125. Note: Spring semester for 1 or 2 credits.

SD-280 AMBASSADOR HONOR SOCIETY 1.00-3.00 Credits

Students develop stronger skills in the following areas: leadership, communication, initiative, cooperative learning and cooperative task accomplishment. To enroll in this course, students must be current members of the Ambassador Honor Society and must receive pre-approval from an Ambassador Advisor. Graded P/F only.

SD-290 DIRECTED STUDY IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-291 WORKSHOP IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-292 SPECIAL TOPICS IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-294 INTERNSHIP IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-295 PRACTICUM IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-299 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-307 TRANSFER ORIENTATION 1.00 Credit

Provides new transfer students with information needed to enjoy successful studies and quality interactions with various campus departments. Student rights and responsibilities, the LCSC Student Code of Conduct, financial aid and scholarship requirements, issues related to fee payment, graduation and program requirements, student activities/clubs, and myriad other facets of student life at LCSC will be introduced and reviewed.

SD-308 WARRIOR ENTERTAINMENT BOARD 2.00-3.00 Credits

Students will plan and implement events at the college. Students will spend classroom time learning the basics of event planning and gain hands-on experience while planning events for LCSC's campus community. Entertainment events include, but are not limited to, concerts, movies, speakers, comedy shows, cultural events, novelty acts, and dances. Warrior Entertainment Board Chair - 3 credits (308) per semester. Warrior Entertainment Board Vice-Chair - 2 credits (308) per semester. A maximum of 10 credits may be earned and these credits may not be used to fulfill core requirements or major/minor requirements.

SD-310 PROF LEARNING, DEVEL AND SKILL BUILDING 3.00 Credits

This course will encourage students to explore and develop their own unique professional identity and abilities. It is designed to promote personal growth, empower students to become proactive and actively shape their professional futures. Students are exposed to attributes, culture(s), and expectations of their professional world. Students enrolled in this course will be expected to apply the skills, strategies, and knowledge acquired from this course throughout the semester. At this time, this course if only available for participants of TRiO Academic Services.

SD-315 PUBLIC RELATIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION 1.00 Credit

Provides upper division-level students with opportunities to contribute to LCSC-Cd'A services and outreach projects in Region 1 of Idaho. Relations with LCSC-Cd'A partner institutions, especially NIC, will be explored as well as opportunities to engage with North Idaho community, business members. Students will gain competency in leadership, public relations and civic engagement.

SD-330 PRACTICUM IN STUDENT GOVT LEADERSHIP LEADERHIP 1.00-4.00 Credits

Theory and practice in developing leadership skills. Associated Student Body President-4 credits (330) per semester. Associated Student Body Vice-President-3 credits (330) per semester. Committee members-1 credit (130) per semester. A maximum of 10 credits may be earned and these credits may not be used to fulfill core requirements or major/minor requirements.

SD-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-392 SPECIAL TOPICS IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 12.00 Credits

SD-394 INTERNSHIP IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-491 WORKSHOP IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-494 INTERNSHIP IN STUDENT DEVEOLPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits

SD-495 PRACTICUM IN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 1.00-12.00 Credits