2 units . . . Pass/No Pass . . . CSU / CSU GE
This course is designed to help women expand their self-image by providing personal exploration through career assessment, values clarification and skills analysis. The course provides creative job search techniques and resume writing, interviewing skills, decision-making, goal setting and a Community Service Learning component. $6.00 Material Fee -- payable at registration. Additional cost for career assessments in the class may be required.
COUN 145 C Changing Careers
2 units . . . Pass/No Pass. . . CSU / CSU GE
Two hours lecture per week.
This course provides personal career exploration to adults changing careers. Assessments of strengths, interests, values and skills are utilized in assisting in the transition to new occupations and college majors. Decision making and goal setting skills support targeted career research, creative job search techniques and writing resumes. $6.00 Material Fee -- payable at registration. Additional cost for career assessments in the class may be required.
COUN 146 C Decision Making
1 unit . . . Pass/No Pass/Letter Grade Option . . . CSU / CSU GE
One hour lecture per week.
This course is designed to each students decision-making concepts and skills for application in career planning, educational planning, and everyday life. Emphasis will be placed on practicing decision-making through class discussions, role-playing, and simulation.
COUN 151 C Career and Life Planning
3 units. . . CSU / CSU GE
Three hours lecture per week and three hours (minimum) laboratory as assigned per semester.
A complete class in career/life planning, including introduction to the tools for dealing with change; an analysis of desired lifestyles; self-assessment; overcoming obstacles, and analysis of work, its organizations, and where you want to work; decision-making, people, environments, career-researching and job-finding, résumé, interviewing, and goal setting. $3.00 Materials Fee -- Payable at Registration. Additional cost for career assessments in the class may be required.
COUN 152 C Diversity in the World of Work
Three hours lecture per week.
CSU / CUL DIV
This course will explore the past, present and future working conditions and challenges of men, women, and children, various ethnic and cultural groups, people of different socioeconomic status, and people with disabilities and exceptionalities as factors which relate to employment opportunities and conditions.