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ACE 210 - Academic and Career Decision-Making

(1 unit)
Development and evaluation of self-knowledge, research, and decision-making skill necessary to make informed choices related to academic and career options.

Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

Units of Lecture: 1
Offered: Every Fall and Spring
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course:
1. Students will be able to evaluate your current status specific to academic and career decision-making. If you have not declared, how undecided are you? How committed are you to a major you have declared?
2. Students will be able to demonstrate awareness and understanding by assessing  interests, skills, values, personality and decision-making styles and the impact these characteristics have on academic and career satisfaction and success.
3. Students will be able to examine the influences family, social networks, community, and culture have on academic and career choices.
4. Students will be able to use and apply appropriate resources and various methods of research to develop and act upon a plan leading to declaration of a major and the insight necessary to effectively continue career exploration.
5. Students will be able to perform and conduct faculty and professional (employer) informational interviews.


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