CNS 120: Students experience thought-provoking activities that help them understand their personal strengths, interests, and beliefs, which strengthen their ability to make sound decisions. Students consider their values and the influences that have helped them attain their current goals. They explore and understand the majors that are offered at WFU and how majors relate to career options. Students also consider the elements of the lifestyle they wish to have in the future. Through reading Authentic Happiness by psychologist Martin Seligman, students consider what their definition of happiness may include. Students earn 1.5 credits for this half-semester course. The course is open to all students after their first semester of their first-year, and is encouraged for second-year students.