Liberal Arts Major in the WorkplaceFall 2014
LA101L Unique #30150, Wednesdays, 3:00-5:00 PM, FAC 18, August 27 - October 8, 2014 | Download Syllabus
LA101L Unique #30152, Thursdays, 3:30-5:30 PM, FAC 18, August 28 - October 9, 2014 | Download Syllabus
Description: This course is designed for juniors and seniors who have taken at least 12 credit hours in their major and are interested in learning to articulate the value of their major in whatever career path they pursue. Students will develop their online brands for the job search and workplace, complete exercises which will help them identify potential careers, understand their strengths related to specific career fields, practice interviewing and networking techniques, and develop a plan for pursuing their career of interest (which might include plans for graduate or professional study). Due to the limited number of class meetings, attendance is mandatory.
Schedule: This course will meet two hours a week for seven weeks.
How To Apply: This course has a three-step application process. Each step must be completed by the deadline; however, this course may fill before the August deadlines – students are admitted in the order in which applications are completed.
- Step 1 – Deadline 8/25 at noon: Email Caitlin von Liski (email@example.com) with your course section choice (Wednesdays or Thursdays), a job or internship posting that you are interested in applying for and a brief description of how this course will help you in your job/internship search.
- Step 2 – Deadline 8/26 at noon: Once Part I is approved, you will be authorized to add/register for the course. It is fully your responsibility to register for the course. If you do not add the course by the deadline, your spot will be released for a waitlisted student.
- Step 3 – Deadline 8/27 at noon: You will be sent a StrengthsQuest Assessment code on 8/21; please take the assessment by the deadline and bring your printed results to the first class day.
If you have questions about how to register for this course, please contact your Academic Advisor.
For course-related questions, please contact Caitlin von Liski, firstname.lastname@example.org, 512-471-7900.