ASCS Q294: Basic Career Development
ASCS Q294 is designed for freshmen and sophomores who are choosing a major or exploring career fields. The course includes three steps for making informed career decisions:
- Self-definition: Explore your interests, values, skills, and personality as they relate to careers and occupational environments.
- Structured decision-making: Choose a potential major or career using a systematic method.
- Research in depth: Discover what you don't know about majors and careers and familiarize yourself with campus and community resources.
This course is ideal for students who want to:
- Explore a variety of majors or career choices.
- Better understand how their personality, interests, values, and skills relate to majors and careers.
- Research particular careers or majors in depth.
- Learn a structured, systematic method of career planning.
By the end of this course, you'll understand clearly how your academic choices relate to your career options.
Q294 is a 2 credit hour, 8 week course offered through the College of Arts and Sciences but open to all freshmen and sophomores.