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  • Career Development Program
    College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    SLS 1501 College Study Skills 1
    Credits: 1-3; can be repeated.
    A developmental course designed to assist students who may be having difficulty in their college-level coursework or those who simply wish to improve basic skills essential for college success. The course begins with an individual self-assessment followed by topics such as motivation, time management, active reading, memory, note taking and test taking. Students will also develop a career portfolio for their final lesson.
    SLS 2301 Career Planning
    Credits: 1.
    Presents theoretical models and practical activities in career development and planning including understanding the world of work and choosing a career and academic major. Enrollment is restricted to freshmen and sophomores.
    SLS 2302 Job Strategies
    Credits: 1.
    Interactive course covering all aspects of a successful job search, long-term career planning and success in the professional environment. Enrollment is restricted to juniors and seniors.
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