Did you know you can enroll in my Art & Science of Happiness (COUN 195) course through the University of Montana as a non-credit community participant? The course is fully online via Zoom.
When: Live on Zoom every Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00pm to 2:20pm (MST), beginning January 12 and ending April 27.
What: You’ll hear and see lectures, demonstrations, video clips, small group lab activities, and role-plays.
Format: Because the course is online, live attendance isn’t required. Although I encourage live attendance, you can watch the course on your own schedule.
Cost: For community participants, the cost is $150 for the whole semester. That’s about $3.50 per instructional hour.
Why: You’ll get an amazing educational experience that just might increase your happiness in 2021. To enroll, go to: https://www.campusce.net/umextended/course/course.aspx?C=627&pc=13&mc=&sc
Please note: if you’re a University of Montana student (or want to become one) you can enroll in the course for three (3) semester credits. Go to Cyberbear, find the course (COUN 195), and enroll: https://www.umt.edu/cyberbear/.
Assignments: If you’re taking the course for credit, you’ll have quizzes, required assignments, and tracked attendance; if you’re taking the course as a community non-credit participant, assignments and attendance will be optional and ungraded. However, I will strongly encourage you to participate in the small, online lab groups. That’s where you can talk in more detail about your happiness-related experiences.
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Good evening, John. If I enroll in the class but Iam unable to attend all the classes because of work; will I be able to view the class later? Will this cause a problem?
Kathleen (Kathy) Black Broere, Licensed School Counselor “You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him.” Audrey Hepburn
On Sat, Dec 19, 2020 at 10:22 AM John Sommers-Flanagan wrote:
> johnsommersflanagan posted: ” I’ve gotten a few emails and messages asking > me for details regarding the COUN 195 (Art & Science of Happiness) course > that starts on January 12, 2021. I don’t know if anyone else has this > problem, but it seems like I’m almost always forgetti” >
Yes, of course, you can view each class session live, or later. It’s designed to be flexible because many people have tight schedules. I will encourage everyone to keep pace withe course, but that will be much more important for students taking the course for credit and striving for high grades.
Hope this info helps!