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Courses and Descriptions

CDEV-1002Career Development

Any realistic career planning must begin with developing a better understanding of oneself. The purpose of this course is to provide students with instruction in the career planning process directly related to the selection of a college program and ultimately the world of work. Topics include a comprehensive skills assessment, identification of work and personal values, career interests, work and learning styles, and personality types related to college programs and academic success. As the course progresses, students will begin to develop areas of interests related to college programs and future career paths. Each student will complete a project to investigate occupations that are of interest to them. The student will begin to use information to evaluate to what extent their career interests realistically math their skills and qualities. The project will also assist students with planning the academic requirements associated with the career direction they have chosen. Each student, as part of their project, will develop career/occupational goals and academic plans.
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