Career Courses

Here is a list of courses provided by Career Services to assist students in career exploration.

Educational Psychology 150

This 1-credit hour career development course is focused on your interests and skills as well as academic and career information. The assignments are a variety of self- directed major and career exploration activities. Instructors are Career Advisors or Academic Advisors. Course is offered as an independent study with supplemental meetings with the instructor or in a weekly classroom setting.

Educational Psychology 496

This variable credit course allows students who are participating in an internship to explore careers and work related topics. Permission must be gained from one of the instructors; schedule an appointment with Tom Allison or Chris Timm through MyPLAN to explore options.

Educational Psychology (EDPS) 496/896

Request a Speaker

Whether you would like an overview of our services, or a special program tailored to your needs, Career Services offers programs ranging from 5-90 minutes. We can assist in developing programs such as open houses for major and career exploration and employer panels related to career paths and the job search. Request a presentation here, or by phone at 402.472.3145.