After taking this course, students will be able to:
- Regularly engage in critical reflection on their curricular path, their extra-curricular experiences, and their career goals throughout their experience at UW-Madison.
- Effectively mobilize conceptual knowledge about the meaning of a “liberal education,” the college labor market, and various theories of career development.
- Analytically evaluate diverse information sources in exploring competing interests, strengths, and challenges that connect to various opportunities for education and work.
- Efficiently practice instrumental skills of career research, professional networking, and personal branding, through persuasive oral, written, and online communication.
- Confidently access and mobilize resources among many high-impact practices, career advising experts, and alumni networking opportunities that UW-Madison has to offer.