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Psychology 113: Career & Education Planning

This is a one-credit course offered by staff members in Career Development and Academic Advising office each fall semester.

Course Objectives:

  • complete self-assessment and identify your values, interests, personal style, and skills
  • research and consider an array of educational alternatives, careers, and work settings that align with the results of your self-assessment
  • become familiar with on-campus resources that can help you in your academic pursuits and provide support in developing a long-term career plan

Psychology 213: Transitions-Life After College

This is a one-credit course offered by staff members in Career Development each spring semester. This course is specifically designed to help prepare students in their junior or senior prepare for the transition from college student to professional. Students will learn:

  • how to find career opportunities available after college
  • important job search skills (resume and cover letter writing, job search, and interviewing)
  • important life skills (creating a budget, understanding benefits, being successful in your first post-college job)

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