BUS 690A - Contemporary Issues in Business: Career Management

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Designed for graduate students and mid-career professionals. The Career Management course consists of a variety of career exploration and development experiences designed to prioritize and focus your career search efforts as well as develop your leadership, communication and personal marketability. The course spans 8 weeks and will cover 4 distinct sections.

  • Career Direction - where am I going into the future; what is my career fit?
  • Skill Development - resume/cover letter/interview/networking/personal brand management
  • Internship / Job Search - strategies and implementation
  • Professional Development - creating executive presence, strategic networking, transitioning from mid-level positions into an executive role, confronting ethical and integrity issues in the workplace, and communications

Call (970) 491-2865 or email mbaadvisors@business.colostate.edu for assistance.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

Admission to a Master’s Program in Business required.

Textbooks and Materials

Please consult the CSU Bookstore for textbook information: http://www.bookstore.colostate.edu/home.aspx

Instructors

Jennifer Vancil

(970) 491-2865 | jennifer.vancil@colostate.edu

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