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Career Development (CRDEV)


102. Career Exploration (1) (F, W) Designed to take students through the career development process through self-awareness, career exploration, and matching to a major and career planning.

202. Designing Your Life (1) (F, W, S) The course employes a design thinking approach to help students design their future careers with three criteria in mind. A life in which who you are, what you believe, and what you do all line up together. This course takes students through the process of desiging their personal, educational and professional life by aligning their ideals with family, church and profession. Students are taught a constructive and effective approach to finding and designing their academic and vocation plans. This course deals with issues ranging from how to find and experience meaningful work to how to network and get an interview.

199R. Experiential Learning for Careers (3) (F, W, S) Increase career readiness, understanding of employer expectations, and marketable skill development through participation in employment with an eligible employer.

299R. Career Connect (1-3) (F, W, S) Increase career readiness, understanding of employer expectations, and marketable skill development through participation in employer excursions. (Prerequisite: Department consent)

301R. On-Campus Project Based Experiential Learning (3) (F, W) This course is designed to help students experience real-life professional projects within a team setting. These projects are designed to have a moderate level of complexity consistent with an internship you would have during the summer requiring initiative, creativity, communication, interpersonal skills, and sound judgement.

302. Career Transition: Moving from College to Career (1) (F, W, S) Effective transition to a career through understanding the job market and applying practical job search strategies: identification of transferable knowledge skills, and abilities from a major and other experience; targeted personal marketing in resumes and interviewing; how to maximize online networking profiles; evaluating career economics, and preparation for graduate school. (Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing)

302L. Career Transition: Moving from College to Career Laboratory (1) (F, W, S) Laboratory for Career Transition with additional content and assignments. (Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing. Corequisite: CRDEV 302)

390R. Special Topics in Career Development (1-3) (Variable)