Career Devel & Mgmt (CDMA)

Career Devel & Mgmt (CDMA)

CDMA 1010  Career Dvlp & Mgmt I  (0.5 Credit Hours)  

In this course, students will complete an online Career Interest Inventory before class and will receive feedback on how their academic interests will support their future professional careers. They will learn how to take stock of the skills they already have, and will use them to create effective resumes and to plan their career paths. A representative from the Turchin Library at Freeman will discuss the importance of doing research and targeting future employers. Guest speakers from a variety of academic and career backgrounds will visit each class to share their personal career journeys and answer student questions. Please note that this course is for BMSI students only, and the Freeman School offers the course only in the summer.

CDMA 1110  Career Dvlp & Mgmt II  (0.5 Credit Hours)  

In this course, students will learn about networking, building an effective social media presence, and identifying the different kinds of interviews as preparation for an eventual career search. They will have an opportunity to practice networking and interviewing in peer groups, and guest speakers from a variety of academic and career backgrounds will visit each class to share their personal career journeys and answer student questions. Please note that this course is for BMSI students only, and the Freeman School offers the course only in the summer. Prerequisite: CDMA 1010

Prerequisite(s): CDMA 1010.

CDMA 1201  Career Dvlp & Mgmt I  (1.5-2 Credit Hours)  

This course assists students with career exploration and prepares them to be competitive candidates during the internship and job search processes. Student preparation includes learning how to write an effective resume and cover letter, researching job opportunities, and refining interview performance. The course will also provide students with knowledge of how to transition successfully into the work place and perform well in a professional environment. Students will develop Career Toolkits that will serve as a resource for piloting their career progressions.