CRER 116 Deciding on a Major (0.5 units)
Designed to assist students who are undecided about their major, this course will introduce students to major & career research and decision making strategies to guide their making a decision about their college major. The connections between college majors and occupations with be explored.
CRER 137 Life and Career Planning (3 units)
Designed for the student who is undecided about occupational options, this course offers a comprehensive approach to life and career planning. Career assessments designed to provide increased insights into students' abilities, interests, and temperament are utilized. Students research occupational trends and specific careers clusters, demonstrate professional communication methods including resume writing, occupational portfolio, and interview techniques. Individual conferences are available to students and use of the Career Center as resources for further individual exploration.
CRER 145 Soft Skills for the Workplace (1 units)
An examination of the soft skills (self-management and people skills) that are necessary for gaining entry-level employment and succeeding in the workplace, including communication, collaboration, critical thinking/problem-solving, resume and cover letter writing.
CRER 665 Selected Topics in Career and Personal Development (0.5- 2 units)
Discussion and exploration of various career-related topics and their application to a student's major, career development, and career exploration.