Career Planning Courses
Available for credit at University Park, these courses offer the chance to explore career paths and develop skills to prepare you for an internship or job search. Use LionPath to search and schedule courses for your next semester.
- Effective Career-Decision-Making (CN ED 100)
Appropriate for first through fifth semester students who are in the process of exploring and defining career goals, this course explores personal interests, values, and abilities; examines methods of researching information on careers; and applies decision-making models.
- Explore personal interests, values, and abilities
- Examine methods of researching information on careers
- Study decision-making models and your own preferences in making decisions
- Advance toward career-related decisions by participating in various class and individual activities
- Develop a career plan with short-and long-term goals
- Job Search Skills & Strategies for Tech Careers (AG 100/SCI 101)
This course addresses job search strategies and is appropriate for juniors and seniors in any scientific or technical area. (For example, science, agriculture, engineering, earth and mineral science, information sciences and technology) Through this course, students will understand the process of seeking and gaining employment and learn to effectively transition from college to the workplace.
- Job Search Skills & Strategies for Non-Tech Careers (LA 401)
This course addresses job search strategies with emphasis toward juniors and seniors in non-technical majors. (For example, arts and architecture, business, communications, health and human development, liberal arts) Through this course, students will understand the process of seeking and gaining employment and learn to effectively transition from college to the workplace.