EPSY 220 OLT - Career Theory and Practice
Various behavioral science theories will be covered (e.g., person-environment interaction, decision-making, group dynamics, stereotype threat, personality traits). Discussions of research findings to applied career practices will also be included. Students will develop a working-knowledge of these theories through interactive lectures, guided class discussions, case-based readings, and group activities that require them to think critically and flexibly about theory in order to generate solutions for real-world problems. Course Information: Additional fees may apply. See Class Schedule. On request, students will be required to participate in a total of 6 hours of experiments outside of class. Class Schedule Information: Required Course Materials: A set of inventories to increase self-understanding and awareness. Current cost for this inventory will be charged directly to the student account.
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Course Level: Undergraduate