LAP Course Offerings

LS 101 Success in College (3 units)

Considers individual development with the goal of increasing knowledge of self and others within the college. Topics include self-knowledge and assessment, learning to learn, and making the best use of college resources. This course is not open to students who are enrolled in or have received credit for Personal Development 101 or Personal Development 105. (CR)

LS 312 Adapted Computer Skills (2 units)

An overview of adaptive computer technologies for students with a variety of learning, physical, and/or visual disabilities. (GR/CR) (F,S)

LS 501 Individual Learning Assessment (1 unit)

Sixteen hours by arrangement. Prerequisite: Referral and/or prior history of learning disability. A course involving individualized assessment for students whose learning styles have impeded academic performance in traditional educational settings. Emphasis is on assessing cognitive and academic strengths and weaknesses. (CR) (F,S)

 

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