ACS 121: Career Planning Seminar
This course is designed for persons undecided about a program of study or career goal or interested in making a career change. Students complete a self-assessment of interests, work values, skills and abilities through exercises and vocational inventories. Students will also learn how to research careers, become more knowledgeable of careers, career alternatives and employment trends through the use of course materials, classroom activities, and in-class guest speakers. Other topics include: decision making, job skills, self-esteem and work attitude.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading Level 4; Academic Writing Level 3
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