GNS 111 — Intrapersonal Leadership. 3 hours.
Learners are introduced to the expectations and opportunities to develop intrapersonal leadership. The course is an overview of important concepts of self-management and an awareness of effective skills for implementation in college-level study. The course will assist individuals as they set the stage for success by focusing on ways to develop a healthy self-concept and by recognizing the relationships between the results of personal effort and constructive strategies for working, studying, and relaxing. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is used to help learners understand personality differences and how to use that information in their personal and professional lives, as well as in their new roles as students. The MBTI is also used to empower learners with effective team-building strategies for working in collaborative learning teams. By course end, learners will have composed personal career mission and vision statements to prioritize their daily work.
GNS 112 — Strategies for Success. 3 hours.
The overall course objective is the development of effective skills for implementation in college-level study. Course assignments are designed to assist learners as they set the stage for success by focusing on developments of constructive strategies for working and studying. The following topics will be addressed throughout this course: writing development, including various writing formats, conducting library research, and using proper APA format; computer and BlackBoard training; presentation skills, including PowerPoint training; and ONU policies and procedures.