|Department||Number||Title / Description||Credits|
|Career Planning||CC101||First Year Seminar|
An introduction to the Eastern Nazarene College experience through a discussion of the following: the nature and purpose of the liberal arts education, Christian worldview, personal development, values, and academic and social adjustment. This course may be taken for graduation credit.
|Career Planning||CC103||First Year Experience|
A one credit course meeting once a week that promotes holistic learning and development by engaging the student in a pattern of activities: understanding the college experience, realistic self-assessment, values clarification, racial equality, development of appropriate relationships, vision development and personal goals achievement.
|Career Planning||CC210||Career Planning and Decision Making|
Designed to assist the student undecided on a major field of study or preliminary career area. Emphasis is on the development of a rational style of decision-making and application to career and educational issues. Topics include: interest testing, self-assessment, goal development, educational and job market information, resume development, interview skills, and job search strategies.
|Career Planning||CC402||Christian Calling, Vocation and Career Development|
A course designed to address “Calling, Vocation and Career Development” from a Christian worldview, and to assist students in their transition from the undergraduate experience to the world of work and graduate studies. Topics include: career exploration, resume development, interviewing techniques and job search skills, networking, job market trends, graduate school preparation, work ethics and transition issues. Pre-requisite: Junior or Senior standing.