Classes for Credit
Career development courses help you examine the resources, strategies and factors that affect career decision-making.
By taking our career development courses, you can receive guidance from instructors, while developing individualized action plans and completing assignments to define and reach your goals.
Each course is designed to allow you personal exploration and development. You will be asked to explore your personalities, values and ways in which these impact the career decision-making process.
Teaching styles are highly interactive with required class participation. Students are encouraged to attend with an open mind and positive attitude.
SLS 2301 is a freshman –and sophomore –level course designed to assist you approach career decision-making by exploring their skills and interests.
This class will allow you to identify and evaluate interests, skills, values and lifestyle preferences while relating them to educational and career planning; develop decision-making skills and take an active role in the career-planning process.View Syllabus
Job Search Strategies
SLS 2302 is a junior –and senior –level course designed to provide you with the necessary tools for your job search. Topics include interviewing, resume writing and transitioning to professional life.
You will develop a resume and other job correspondence, explore successful interview techniques and learn basic job-search strategies.View Syllabus