BMGT 267 Syllabus 0201 - Spring 2012

BMGT 267 Syllabus 0201 - Spring 2012 - BMGT 367: Career...

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BMGT 367: Career Search Strategies in Business Spring 2012 Section 0201 - Tuesday, 5:00-5:50pm, VMH 1528 Instructor: Tricia Giacone Class TA: Lindsay Schaub Gartner [email protected] [email protected] Course Coordinator: Ashlee Kerkhoff Program Manager for Undergraduate Student Programming Office of Career Services 2520 Van Munching Hall 301-405-9475; [email protected] Course Overview The objective of BMGT 367 is to allow students to build a skill set that will help them market themselves effectively to employers, smoothly transition from college to work and set a framework for lifelong career development. Learning Objectives Specific learning objectives for students in BMGT 367 include: Building a skill set that allows for successfully navigating the career search process, Conducting a personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) assessment to determine how to more effectively market oneself, Identifying jobs that are a good match though increased understanding of employer needs and expectations, Creating a framework for lifelong career development, and Developing a career portfolio that will serve as a tool kit necessary for the job search. Required Materials Functioning Email Address (registered with Testudo) Access to Blackboard ( ) HireSmith Account ( ) Policy of Academic Honesty and Integrity In all class work and assignments, it is expected that students hold the highest personal and professional standards that reflect the objectives of the University of Maryland. The University's Code of Academic Integrity is designed to ensure that the principles of academic honesty and integrity are upheld. The Smith School does not tolerate academic dishonesty, and all students are expected to adhere to this Code. All acts of academic dishonesty will be dealt with in accordance with the provisions of this code. It is expected that students abide by the Honor Pledge: “ I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this examination.” It is in good practice and strongly encouraged for all students to include this written code with a
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course BMGT 367 taught by Professor Fogul during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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BMGT 267 Syllabus 0201 - Spring 2012 - BMGT 367: Career...

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