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UNAS 1015 Career Exploration for MCAS Students (Spring: 1 )


Course Description

Guided by Ignatian principles of self-knowledge and discernment, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences students will learn how to connect the value of their liberal arts education to their futures. Through self-assessment exercises, lively discussion and thought-provoking activities, students will identify and reflect upon their values, interests, and skills and then connect them to career options. In addition, students will explore the eight most desired skills valued by employers and learn how to develop those competencies during their BC careers. We will also discuss ways to research the varied career paths and learn targeted vocational search strategies to achieve meaningful professional goals.


Instructor(s): Amy Flynn, M.S.

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Course is graded as Pass/Fail and targeted to freshmen and sophomore students in Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences.


Last Updated: 19-Oct-17