|EDG 3000: Practicum in Peer Advising|
An introduction to the basic concepts of student advising and working with a first-year cohort. The purpose of this course is to guide students in their development as peer advisors, campus leaders, and mentors.
Credits: 3Department: Undeclared
Career Development Center:
|EDG 1550: Career Planning and Decision Making|
Designed to assist students who are beginning a career, have not yet selected their major, or are undecided on their career goals. Students apply research and career-development theory to examine how to formulate and make major and career decisions. Experiential activities include interest testing, skills and values identification, informational interviews, writing résumés and cover letters, conducting career research, interviewing skills, and the internship and job search. Participants gain insight into their career development through assessments, exploratory activities, and discussion.
Credits: 1Department: Undeclared
Office of Community Engagement:
|EDG 1100: Fundamentals of Service Learning|
Offers an opportunity for students to define and explore many different aspects of service learning, including leadership, social justice and creating social change, organizational structure, building a community and community organizing, and how to get involved. Combines classroom discussion, guest lectures, and service experience to create a collaborative learning experience. Ideal for anyone interested in volunteering or pursuing a career in the nonprofit world.
Credits: 4Department: Undeclared
|EDG 3250: Fundamentals of Leadership|
Designed to analyze leadership in contemporary society. Students examine how leadership can affect society, using leadership skills through a variety of frameworks. Through guided leadership self-assessments, exploration of values, and the application of leadership skills, students develop, produce, and present a full definition of leadership in the external environment.
Credits: 4Department: Undeclared
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