Continuing Education | your doorway to academic excellence
This 1 credit course asks students to reflect on the knowledge, skills, and abilities nurtured via the study of English, and to explore opportunities to apply their talents in careers and the community. Students will prepare a portfolio of written materials aimed at job searches, personal development, and academic goal-setting.
Susan Marie Harrington ()
Wintersession online course Open to both UG's and CE students 12/26/12-1/11/13 Sophmore standing or higher
Wondering how to make the leap from the English major into a job search? Wondering how what you?re studying in English courses can help you participate in community action? This 1 credit course will ask you to reflect on the knowledge, skills, and abilities nurtured via the study of English. It will provide opportunities for you to use that reflection as you explore ways to apply your talents in careers and the community. You will prepare a portfolio of written materials aimed at job searches, personal development, and academic goal-setting.
This course is recommended for sophomores, juniors, or seniors. There are 10 instructional days: Dec 27, 28; Jan 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.
Expect reading and writing for every online module; you will need to participate in discussion forums on Blackboard as well as complete individual written work and reading (both online and off).
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