CE 404: Career Strategies for Arts & Sciences Majors
This course is offered every semester on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:40-4:55 pm in the Center for Career Development, Student Level 2. Career Strategies for the Arts & Sciences is a course targeted primarily to juniors and first semester seniors interested in answering the “What are you going to do with that major?” question and identifying the necessary actions steps and tools to make it a reality. The goal of this three-credit, A-F graded course is to equip CAS student with the knowledge and tools to identify what they WANT to do with their major and to take the appropriate action steps leading towards lifelong career success. Some of the topics include identifying and evaluating possible career paths, communicating the value of your major and skill set to employers through resumes/cover letter, interviews, networking and salary negation, planning and applying for graduate school and transitioning into the world of work.
- Find a Job with your Arts & Sciences Degree
- Discusses the value and flexibility of a degree from the College of Arts & Sciences and an overview of the job search process.
- Resume, Interview, Job Searching, Networking and other Career-related workshops
Center for Career Development Major Events
The Center for Career Development hosts a number of general events throughout each semester including Career Fairs and industry-specific information sessions. See the Center for Career Development Events on the homepage for specific dates and times.