Academic and Career Decisions
Searching for a major? Choosing a career path? The Academic and Career Decisions course might be for you! The Career Center offers a career planning class that covers topics such as choosing a major, exploring careers, making decisions, and learning how to use K-State career resources. The small class size and interactive format enables you to learn from both your instructor and other students.
About this Class
- Course title: Academic and Career Decisions
- Course number: EDCEP 120
- Credit hours: 1 hour
- Class size: Limited to 20 students
- Class format: Combination of lecture, group interaction, and independent research. Class will formally meet 8 times over the course of the semester.
- General Education: Approved course for K-State 8 requirements
- Start dates: Check the course schedule for actual start dates.
This course is designed to help you develop a plan for choosing an academic major and/or career path. This includes assignments and activities related to self-awareness, decision-making, career/major exploration, and transferable skill development.
Find Your Fit CAT Community
EDCEP 120: Academic and Career Decisions is part of a Residential CAT Community, "Find Your Fit" every fall. A residential CAT community is an opportunity for first-year students to connect with others who share their academic interests by placing them in the same on-campus residence hall. CAT Communities include 22 first-year students who take a group of classes together, but they live, eat, sleep, study, and socialize near each other, too! Read more information about "Find Your Fit" on the Residential CAT Communities website.
If enrollment is closed for the semester and the course has not begun, stop by the Career Center in 148 Berney Family Welcome Center to receive enrollment permission.