The Career Development Center offers several career courses to help students identify their career paths and build skills.
If you’re not sure that a class is right for you, a career advisor can help you make an informed decision.
- CNSL3001 - Career Decision Making
This course, for freshman and sophomores, explores careers and majors through a variety of resources, activities and assignments. Through self-assessments students will identify their values, interests, skills and personal qualities and relate them to career choices. Students will gain exposure to networking, resume building and career related guest speakers. Students will work collaboratively with classmates on several in-class activities and meet with the instructor for individual career consultation.
- MLTI2050 - Career Development for Arts & Sciences
This professional development course is for juniors and seniors. It focuses on the development of essential employability skills, and helps students transition from college to career. Students will customize their resumes, sharpen their interviewing skills and receive individualized career coaching. This course engages students in career planning, networking, launching a job search and understanding the impact of the global economy on the world of work.
- PD4001 - Professional Development
This course exposes junior and senior engineering students to different approaches to the job search process as well as graduate school opportunities. Students will relate these professional strategies to their co-op experiences. This course provides guidance in career building skills and networking contacts to complement their education. Students will build their resumes and strengthen their interviewing skills, while learning about career related opportunities.