|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||Issues in Career and Personal Development|
A seminar course designed to address issues related to the transition from the undergraduate experience to the world of work and graduate studies. Topics include: resume development and job search skills, interviewing techniques, career and job market trends, graduate school preparation, goal development, relationships, finances, and lifestyle issues related to the integration of faith and career development.