Career Series Courses

Check out these 7 week, 1 credit, online courses! Each is designed to meet YOU where you are at in your career development process.

USU 1400 Exploring Majors & Careers
The purpose of this class is to provide students with the tools to explore major and career options in order to design a life they love. Through the 7 weeks, students will spend time developing a strong self-awareness, understand how that plays into major/career options, and then work on making a decision. The activities, content, experiences, and resources in this course serve as a basis for life planning and the process of important career and life decisions.
USU 2400 Finding & Preparing for Internships & Experiential Learning
The purpose of this class is to provide students with techniques and tools necessary to gain experiential opportunities relevant to their career goals. Students will build confidence in their ability to identify and participate in meaningful experiential opportunities such as internships, volunteerism, practicum, fieldwork, etc.
USU 3400 Launch Your Career
The purpose of this class is to provide students with tools to launch their career. Students will apply career search strategies customized for potential employers while developing and articulating competencies employers are seeking. Students will prepare a career portfolio of effective documents, develop their LinkedIn profile, and network through fairs, employer information sessions, and mock interviews.