COLL111 - Career Planning

General

Prefix
COLL
Course Number
111
Course ID
00014886
Course Level
Undergraduate
Instruction Mode
Lecture
Department(s)
Academic Support
Description
Exploration of interests, values, abilities, personality, and goals as they relate to educational and career planning. Self-assessment, major and career information research, decision-making, workplace trends, resume writing, job searching skills, and career management. 2 Cr. F, S, Sum.
Cross Listed Courses

Prerequisites

No Requisites

Credits

Min
2
Max
2
Repeatable
No

Goals and Diversity

MN Goal Course
No
MN Goal Designation(s)
-
Cultural Diversity
No

Learning Outcomes

Outcome
Identify life experiences, personal characteristics, values, interests, motives and abilities that influence their occupational choices.
Outcome
Evaluate, integrate and prioritize various life roles.
Outcome
Use various decision-making and learning styles and articulate what constitutes effective decision making for each student.
Outcome
Develop a support system for major and career decisions.
Outcome
Identify possible majors and careers that are congruent with individual interests, values and abilities.
Outcome
Describe various factors that influence career choices and career development.
Outcome
Describe how others impact identity development and connect it to family history/careers, environment and life changes.
Outcome
Describe what things outside individual control might influence career decisions now and in the future.
Outcome
Connect past and present academic successes and academic difficulties to formulate academic plan.
Outcome
Synthesize personal information about majors and careers.
Outcome
Analyze feedback and visit with employers to discuss, compare, and identify employment opportunities.
Outcome
Describe and reflect on contributions to their future goal planning.

Dependencies

No dependencies