Career Development Course Descriptions

Career Development Course Descriptions

CD119 Career Development Seminar I – 3 Credits

The Career Orientation Development Seminar I is designed to increase new student's success in career development and college studies by providing them with the academic, industry, career, and time-management tools needed to function effectively in the academic and business worlds. A variety of experiential exercises inside and out of the classroom will be employed throughout the course.

CD290 Career Development Internship (AAB) – 3 Credits

Internship is a cooperative venture between the industry and the college to provide the student with on-the-job training. Skills learned in the classroom will be utilized in the placement as much as possible. Students must maintain a regular work schedule and attend regular Internship Reviews with Career Services.

Prerequisite: CD119 Career Development Seminar I, Pending Graduate status

CD319 Career Development Seminar II – 3 Credits

Career Development II is designed to explore various topics related to long term career success. These topics include effective leadership, team-building, further industry exploration. The class culminates in a group project that addresses the human capital side of business.

Prerequisite: CD119 Career Development Seminar I

CD419 Career Development Internship (BS/BFA) – 3 Credits

Internship is a cooperative venture between the industry and the college to provide the student with on-the-job training. Skills learned in the classroom will be utilized in the placement as much as possible. Students must maintain a regular work schedule and attend regular Internship Reviews with Career Services.

Prerequisite: CD319 Career Development Seminar II