Tuesday, March 31, 2020

University Career Center coordinated career related courses offered for Fall 2020

EDCP108I: Academic Transition into Internships (Fall/Spring)–  is a 7-week (half-semester) course recommended for students who have never had an internship and are actively searching for one.  The one-credit, online asynchronous course takes students through key exploratory and preparation activities, including understanding the components of an internship, increasing knowledge about an intended career field, developing a resume and cover letter, and identifying potential internship sites.

PSYC123: The Psychology of Getting Hired (Fall/Spring)– a one-credit online course for sophomores and juniors, it looks at what’s behind the hiring process, applying psychological principles and strategies for landing internships/jobs. 

COMM488I: Communication Portfolio Project; Strategic Interviewing (Fall) - This course introduces students to advanced techniques in interviewing for job opportunities and career progression. This online course focuses on the dynamics of the interview process, the communication theories and best practices behind influence and persuasion, and the communication aptitudes and skills that distinguish top candidates.

UNIV099: Internship Seminar (Summer, Fall, Spring)– a zero-credit course that complements supervised work experiences and assures that these experiences are noted on the student’s transcript.