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STU 102 - Career Planning


(1 Credit)
This course assists students in making sound career choices through the utilization and synthesis of theoretical and self-assessment (interests, abilities, values, and lifestyle preferences) information. Career decision-making techniques teach students how to choose occupations that will validate their self-concepts in the world of work. The course provides instruction in the use of occupational outlook information and career field research methods. Emphasis is placed on the career development process and its relationship to personal development. Course fee required for “Strong Interest Inventory.” Total of 15 hours of lecture.



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