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Consider a Counseling Course
We offer counseling courses in a variety of time frames—semester length, late start and weekends—to help you succeed as a student.

Career Development
To help you make career and major decisions. Combines self-assessment and exploration with information about the world of work.

  • Counseling 62 Introduction to Career Development
  • Counseling 162.1 Career Assessment and Research
  • Counseling 162.2 Job Search and Retention

College Success and Personal Development
To help you survive and thrive in college and beyond. Combines self-awareness and development of strategic techniques to promote educational success and personal growth.

  • Counseling 10 Student Success the First Year Experience
  • Counseling 53 College Survival Techniques
  • Counseling 60 Effective Study Workshop
  • Counseling 74 Identity and Cultural Diversity
  • Counseling 355 College Preparation Skills

Transfer Planning
To help you explore transfer options and opportunities and to make critical transfer plans.

  • Counseling 80 Understanding the Transfer Process

Human Services Courses
For students who wish to complete an occupational certificate or major in the Human Services field with emphases in Alcohol and Drug and Advocacy.

  • Counseling 74 Identity and Cultural Diversity
  • Counseling 87 Ethical Issues in Human Services
  • Counseling 90 Introduction to Human Services
  • Counseling 91 Skills and Techniques in Human Services
  • Counseling 92 Introduction to Group Counseling
  • Counseling 93 Introduction to Case Management
  • Counseling 94 Intervention and Crisis Counseling Training
  • Counseling 95 Advocating for Social Change
  • Counseling 96 Exploration in Disability Studies

Alcohol and other drug studies

  • AODS 90 Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Studies
  • AODS 91 Prevention and Education on Alcohol and Drugs
  • AODS 92 Pharmacological and Physiological Effects of Alcohol and Drugs
  • AODS 93 Rehabilitation of Alcohol and Drug Problems

The final responsibility for successfully achieving an educational goal rests with the student. Information on-line is designed to be helpful; however, this information changes frequently. It is recommended that students consult catalogs, counselors, departments and universities to confirm an educational plan.

Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges