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1/8/2009 —St Marys - During the 2009 spring semester in St Marys, students will have the opportunity to take courses that can apply to a degree and will be beneficial to their health and well being. Two courses, Principles and practices of Healthful Living, and Introduction to Well-being and Positive Psychology will be offered in St Marys beginning the week of January 12. These courses are scheduled at the Community Education Council, 4 Erie Avenue in St. Marys. The Principles and Practices of Healthful Living (KINES 060) is scheduled on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5:15 – 6:30 pm and will fulfill a general health requirement. Students will have the opportunity to learn principles that can apply to the science of living and serve as a basis for health instruction and student guidance. Introduction to Well-being and Positive Psychology (PSYCH 243) will be offered as a convenient seven week course beginning in early March. Classes are scheduled on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm and there will also be an on-line component. Students will be instructed how to apply psychological knowledge to develop and maintain effective personal adjustment and well-being and positive social relations. Additional courses offered in St. Marys include Fundamentals of Chemical Dependency Counseling, Structure and Function of Organisms, Adult Development and Aging, College Algebra, Technical Physics, Employment Law and Introduction to Creative Writing. To learn more about these courses, please contact Terry Waggoner, Community Outreach Coordinator at 834-3593.
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