CDL 110 - Career and Life Planning for Undeclared Students
This experiential course introduces students to the elements of career decision-making with emphasis on the process of career and life planning. It is designed for students who are interested in learning more about themselves and their career choices. The career development needs of undeclared students will be emphasized through a multi-phase approach including self-exploration, decision-making strategies, career exploration, career counseling, and career planning. Career forums featuring professionals from various career areas will be included. Two class hours.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Identify, as an undeclared student, personal beliefs and behaviors and how they influence career development and future choices.
2. Clarify personal and work values and how they influence career development and future choices.
3. Identify individual personality preferences that may influence career development and future choices.
4. Identify and sort personal interests and examine how they influence career choice.
5. Identify and distinguish existing skills and development of potential skills.
6. Develop familiarity with occupational and educational information and resources.
Course Offered Fall and Spring