SAS 201: Career Decision Making

Course Description: SAS 201 is half semester, 1 credit hour course.  The course will focus on assessing your interests and personality as they relate to possible majors, identifying areas of interest, interviewing a professional in those areas, writing a strong resume and cover letter and self reflection on these experiences. The course will give some general direction to future internship and job search concerns.  Tools to be used in the intern or job search, opportunities to consider and explore, graduate and professional school information and identified job needs that match liberal arts & sciences skills will be covered. The course is offered in both Fall and Spring Semesters. CLICK HERE for sample syllabus.

SAS 401: Job Search Seminar

Course Description: This seminar is an intensive, 16 week, course designed to get juniors and seniors started on their job search. Through assignments, presentations, interviews and in-class activities, students will network with professionals, create and finalize necessary documents for job applications, practice presenting themselves professionally, participate in a series of interviews, identify and write out salary requirements and send out weekly job applications. The course is offered in both Fall and Spring Semesters. CLICK HERE for syllabus