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CAREER DEVELOPMENT: THEORY AND APPLICATION

General Elective

Course Description
Rooted in Psychological Career Development theories, students will study and apply theoretical approaches of self and career exploration. Additional application will include cognitive processes, adjustment theory and developmental factors that enable and affirm a decision making process necessary to research, discern and identify career and/or vocational paths that are consistent with results. Career Development theories will include: Personality, Trait-Factor, Developmental and Social-Family of Origin. Class includes administration and professional interpretation of APA endorsed personality, values and interest assessments.

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Contact Hours

Credits: 3.0

Lecture: 30
Total: 30

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