Career and Life Planning
Course Code: SLS1401
Credit Hours: 2
Effective beginning: Fall 2020
Course Description:A course designed for first-time in college students to help them plan realistic career and life goals through the development of self evaluation, career awareness and career decision-making skills. Students engage in a series of exercises which stimulate thinking about and planning for the future, much of which is done in small groups. The current job market is explored.
Required textbooks/ course materials:
See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.
|Course-level student learning outcomes||Discipline-level learning outcomes||Assessment methods|
Identify knowledge, abilities and transferable skills developed by one’s degree
Identify one’s interests, values and personality in the context of vocational and life planning
Demonstrate knowledge of general trends in employment and opportunities for graduates in one’s discipline
Identify the key elements of career decision-making, in the context of life planning
Evaluate how personal priorities may impact upon future career options
Demonstrate ability to present oneself effectively in selection interviews and other selection processes
|Quizzes, Tests, Reports/Presentations, Research Papers|
This course will consist primarily of lectures and interactive discussion in the classroom. Students will complete a variety of achievement and personality test; research and present speech on general trends in employment and opportunities for graduates in one’s discipline; and participate in mock interviews.
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