Underwood University students have the opportunity to take 3 Career Development courses as part of their course of study:

Career Development

This course seeks to develop an understanding of HR/employment practices as students develop practical skills to facilitate their individual success including: writing effective resumes, preparing job search correspondence, improving interview skills, networking and j ob prospecting and using Internet resources to land internships and jobs. This course is also designed to help students in the process of exploring and defining their career goals. This course explores personal interest, values, and abilities; examines methods of researching information on careers; and applies decision-making models.

Employment Practicum

This course seeks to develop an understanding of HR/employment practices as students develop practical skills to facilitate their individual success including: writing effective resumes, preparing job search correspondence, improving interview skills, networking and job prospecting and using Internet resources to land internships and jobs.

 

Career Planning and Decision Making

This course is designed to help students in the process of exploring and defining their career goals. This course explores personal interest, values, and abilities; examines methods of researching information on careers; and applies decision-making models.