Our courses will help you answer these questions…
Who am I and what am I passionate about?
CE-111: Exploring Your Options
Freshmen and Sophomores – last 7 weeks of the semester.
- Students that are undecided on a major and/or career field will explore their interests, values, personality and skills in relation to academic options available to them.
CE-101: Introduction to Careers
- Examination of self in relation to the world of work in terms of values, skills, and interests.
- Exploration of occupational paths for all majors, examination of employer/employee expectations.
- Introduction to job search strategies, preparation of resumes, development of interviewing skills.
Where am I needed in the world?
CE-121: Introduction to the Accounting Profession
Sophomores and Juniors with the intention of majoring in accountancy.
- Introduction to the opportunities available in the accounting profession and the requirements of the accountancy major. Preparation for the junior-year internship.
CE-122: Introduction to Careers in Psychology
Students who are majoring in or are interested in pursuing careers in psychology.
- Explores the variety of career opportunities available in the field of psychology.
How do I get there?
CE-131: Introduction to the World of Work
Juniors and Seniors only.
- Prepare for the transition from college to career after graduation. Learn effective job search strategies, how to negotiate job offers, how to get experience before graduation, and financial planning for the new graduate. Students will evaluate their marketable skills and experience, conduct research on a career field, interview a professional in their chosen field and participate in a mock interview or career advising session.
CE-199, 102, 103, 104: Academic Internship
Must have Sophomore status with minimum 2.2 GPA and acquire 135 hours from time of registration.
- You can receive 0-3 credits for doing an internship. Please refer to Internships for Academic Credit for requirements and other important information.
Note: Each Career Education (CE) course is one credit hour. A maximum of four CE credits will count toward graduation hours. You cannot take a course more than once. Please refer to your course bulletin for information on prerequisites for all Career Education courses.