Would you like to spend time studying in-depth how to use the skills and knowledge learned in your major to develop a successful career?
In UNIV 301 you’ll do all this and much more:
- Get ready for the “real world.”
- Learn where to find jobs, prepare your resume, and master the interview.
- Decide if graduate school is right for you.
UNIV 301 – College Major and Career Planning is a one credit course designed for upper division students who want to systematically investigate their chosen major as an academic foundation for professional development, to research professional opportunities in the workplace and/or in graduate studies, and to develop effective career management approaches. Class will include cross-disciplinary dialogue to assist students across different majors to relate academic preparation to the workplace and to increase awareness of interdisciplinary work teams.
Emphasis will be on the development of computer literacy in the context of online career exploration, job search, networking, and use of professional resources.
UNIV 301 is offered online. Class size is limited to 25, which enhances student-teacher interaction and discussion.