Career Development: Work, Transition, and Path

Major life transitions are explored, including lifestyle choices, career selection, identity shifts, relational transitions, and transitions between life and death. Beginning with an exploration of transitional space, paradox, and play, students are encouraged to integrate impermanence, interdependence, and groundlessness. A significant focus of the class is on major career theories and the foundations and practice of career counseling. Students are also encouraged to apply the class material to their own major life transitions, including the changes involved in beginning their graduate study.
Course Number: CNSC711
Units: 3.0