SDS 3340: Introduction to Career Development
SDS 3340, Introduction to Career Development, provides students with an opportunity to learn and develop the necessary skills to engage in life/career planning. It is a variable credit course and can be taken for one, two, or three credit hours.
The course is divided into three units:
SDS 3340 can assist students in many areas of their career development, from choosing a major and deciding on occupations, to learning about resumes, interviewing, and job search strategies.
The textbook for this class is:
Career Development & Planning: A Comprehensive Approach, 4th Edition
by Robert C . Reardon, Janet G. Lenz, James P. Sampson, and Gary W. Peterson.
Published by Kendall Hunt, ©2012. ISBN: 978-1-4652-0006-8
For more details, look at the class policies and schedules (syllabus), and come to The Career Center and speak to a career advisor. Register for SDS 3340 through normal course registration procedures.