Need help in choosing a career that’s right for you?

Are you a first or second year at UW and are still not sure what career path you should pursue? Or are you an incoming transfer student who needs to narrow down your career options? Then the Career Exploration & Planning course might be just the thing that can help!

After taking this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand how personal characteristics, e.g., interests, values, and skills, influence career development
  • Identify appropriate academic major, occupational, and/or employment alternatives in relation to personal characteristics
  • Use a variety of information resources to explore academic major, occupational, and/or employment options
  • Understand career development theories and use decision-making skills for life/career planning and management
  • Understand how to formulate action plans and strategies for implementing life/career goals

Course Info for Winter 2022

  • GEN ST 297 (SLN: 15135)
  • Tues/Thurs, 10-10:50 am, SAV 166
  • Recommended for 1st, 2nd year, & Transfer Students
  • Two credit course using Credit/No Credit grading (CR/NC)
  • Please email for questions
By Luis Santiago (He/Him)
Luis Santiago (He/Him) Associate Director of Coaching Operations