Project HOPE Courses

HO 100

Health Occupations 100: Health of Underserved Communities — is a course which provides students with an understanding of the healthcare crisis in this country and the various career opportunities that allow them to contribute to improving healthcare access.

 

Counseling Courses

Counseling 101 A: Orientation to College — This course is designed to introduce first-time college students to services offered at Cerritos College; the history and mission of the system of higher education in California; policies and procedures that affect students at Cerritos College; and educational planning, including major and general education requirements and course sequencing. As part of the course, students may tour the Cerritos College campus, acquainting themselves with the location and function of various offices and service providers. Each student will produce a short term educational plan specific to his or her educational goal. This course is offered on a pass/no pass basis only.

 

Counseling 101 B: Educational Planning - This course is designed to broaden continuing students' understanding of the history and mission of the system of higher education in California, with particular emphasis on the role of the community college; policies and procedures that affect students at Cerritos College; and long-term educational planning including basic transfer requirements for the California State University and the University of California systems. Each student will produce a long-term educational plan specific to his or her educational goal. This course is offered on a pass/no pass basis only.