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UNIV 212: Career and Life OPTIONS 

(1 Credit Course) 

"I highly recommend anyone unsure of how to approach pursuing their goal career to try out the UNIV 212 class. What you learn in the class will continue paying off for the rest of college and beyond."

- Mario S., Class of 2010 (Read more about his experience.) 

This class is designed for freshmen and sophomores who are exploring careers and academic majors, although juniors and seniors are also welcome to enroll. In the class, students will learn about post-graduate options that match their interests, skills, personality preferences and values; become more familiar with the world of work and various fields and industries; learn about additional resources that will enhance their marketability and academic experiences, such as scholarships and grants, internships and study abroad programs; and develop an action plan to reach their goals. This class is ideally suited for students who are uncertain about what they want to pursue after graduation. When course registration opens, check the course catalogue to see when the course will be offered.

To view the syllabus for UNIV 212, click here.