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    University of Hartford
  Jan 21, 2018
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

DIA 200 - Career Preparation

1 credit(s)
The goals of the Career Preparation course are to prepare students for the transition from university life to either a job or graduate school. The course explores the most common career options for students in their given major. In close work with Career Services, students learn about job and graduate school search tools. This course builds student skills such as resume creation, interviewing, networking, and obtaining internships. Other examples include creating a professional online presence, performing a personal “gap analysis” and experiencing a mock interview. Through exposure to the resources available through both Career Services and the academic department, students are well supported as they determine their path after graduation.

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