The office of Career Planning offers three (3) distinct and progressive 1-credit courses that are rooted in career development theory and reflect emerging career and job search trends as well as current economic conditions.

CARP 211 – Career Planning I (1 credit)

This course provides students, particularly those who have not declared a major, the opportunity to explore their own interests, values, and skills through targeted activities and career assessments.  By the end of the course, students will have created their own personalized career development plan.

CARP 412 – Career Planning II (1 credit)

This course provides students with the opportunity to engage in focused activities that enhance their individualized job search skills, including such things as resume writing and interviewing basics. By the end of the course, students should be prepared to navigate their own internship and/or job search.

CARP 411 – Wealth Management/Life Skill for the New Graduate (1 credit)

This course provides students with the platform to learn and discuss the practical knowledge needed to assist them in making informed financial and life skill decisions upon graduation. Through presentations and class discussions with varied financial experts, students can begin the process of preparing themselves to set and achieve financial goals throughout their lives.