COUN 101 Life Planning and Career Decision-Making
A course in theories, techniques and resources for career exploration. Opportunities for self-assessment are provided, with assignments designed to identify personal interests, abilities, values and experiences as a basis for generating career alternatives. The decision-making model presented has applications for facilitating vocational selection and is equally appropriate for general life planning. The multimedia approach to the world of work information-gathering uses printed and computerized resources, as well as videotapes, guest speakers and personal interviews.
Prerequisite: ENGL 101 placement.
Unless otherwise noted, all college level courses require English 101 placement.