BUS-3390 Career Planning and Management

3 credits

Prerequisite: Junior Standing.

This course is designed to assist students in identifying career interests, locating resources, and developing a strategic career action plan that will aid in their transition from college to career. Students will learn about the theory and practice of career development in the 21st century; develop personal skills in career planning and management; and understand the career decision making process and necessary steps required to achieve individual career goals. Through this course students will develop requisite strategies, knowledge, and documents required in identifying a career path and securing employment.