IS 150 - Career Planning and Development

3 credits (PREREQUISITE: NONE)

This course presents practical strategies that prepare students to confirm an appropriate career, to conduct a successful job search, and to lay the foundation for successful career development. Emphasis is on Career Action assignments to assess your skills and interests, to research prospective employers, to learn about current application requirements, to prepare resumes and cover letters, to practice meeting with business people in your targeted career field, and to practice interviewing. These assignments polish job search and career management skills so students can apply them directly to achieving immediate and future career goals. (F, Sp, Su)