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The Career Services Center offers a twelve-week, one-credit course:
Career Exploration (MARQ 1040)
Career planning is an important step toward academic success and job satisfaction. This course is designed to help students assess their interests, skills, values, and personality characteristics, as well as, investigate career possibilities, and learn how to use a wide variety of resources in their career search. Students will participate in self-discovery activities, learn about sound career decision making strategies, and learn about the world of work. This course is directed at first-year and sophomore students who are deciding on a major and exploring career opportunities.
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What former students are saying
"Once I knew my strengths and weaknesses it allowed me to better align myself with specific career options."
"This class was very helpful in getting a sense of the different types of careers out there."
"This class gives you the overall tools of how to prepare yourself after college."