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- Choosing a Major or Career
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Career Development Courses
Career Services offers two career-related mini courses, each awarding 1 credit hour. For more information, visit the UD Bulletin.
Choosing a Major (UDI 166)
Instructor: Elizabeth Seager, Associate Director, Career Services
This course is primarily for fiirst-year students and sophomores and is offered both fall and spring semesters.
This mini-course is designed for first-year and sophomore students who have yet to decide on an academic major or career path. We will investigate personality type, interests, values and skills, and help students develop a more specific focus on their future career choices. This process will also include a personal definition of success, exploring the world of work, the importance of experiential education, and understanding decision-making and goal-setting.
Career Readiness (UDI 359)
Instructor: Jason Eckert, Director, Career Services
This course is primarily for juniors and seniors and is offered spring semester only.
Conducting your job search can be a daunting task, but breaking it down into manageable steps will help you be successful. This course will help you acquire professionalism with ease and become more self assured in business interactions. You will also learn how to be successful on the job by becoming a highly desirable employee by understanding career leadership skills most desired by employers, such as professionalism, problem solving, respecting workforce boundaries and diversity.