This course is designed to help students plan their careers and develop lifelong learning strategies. Participants assess their interests, skills and aspirations in relation to the world of work. Topics include needs assessment, methods of achievement and analysis, goal planning, occupational field research, skills identification and strategy development. Students develop career plans balancing their personal aspirations with reality.
3 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 to present
Meets graduation requirements for
- Can apply these in completing an occupational report and the design of a research project.
- Can understand and interpret the ideas and presentations of others in the field.
- Knows theories and techniques of career and life planning.
- Understands self-assessment, decision-making, occupational research, and goal setting.