“If you advance confidently in the direction of your dreams and endeavor to live the life that you have imagined you will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”— Henry David Thoreau
Are you ready for college? How can you develop better study habits? How do you decide what to do with your life? Can you learn skills that will help you cope better with all the choices you have to make?
Human Development courses at Cedar Valley College are designed to prepare and equip you with the foundation that you’ll need to succeed in your college studies, your career and your life.
Your counselor or advisor may recommend HDEV courses as a part of your college plan. Check with the college you plan to attend for its policy on taking HDEV classes.
You can benefit tremendously from the knowledge gained in classes where caring professors integrate coping and planning skills with the ability to think critically and solve problems beyond the classroom.
Whether you come to community college for technical training, to improve job skills or as part of a transfer plan to a four-year institution, Human Development classes at the colleges of DCCCD can give you the foundation you’ll need for success.
See what some of our
former students say about their experience in HDEV classes.
Human Development provides theoretical and practical foundations in human growth and development and skills for college success, as well as applications for decision-making in your career and personal life.
HDEV courses are organized around a variety of topics:
HDEV course topics can help you to formulate answers to difficult questions, such as:
Check our catalog for a
full listing of our Human Development courses (coded as HDEV).
Our Human Development instructors hold a deep conviction that ordinary people can create purposeful and extraordinary lives by learning specific life and career skills.
“The course I teach, ‘Psychology of Success,’ is important because it stresses the fundamental principles of success that are applicable to everyone, regardless of age, background or specialty.” — Monroe Mayes Jr., adjunct faculty, Cedar Valley College