Career Courses

ECG 300 - "Strategies for Effective Career Development"
2 credit hours

  • Learn key concepts of successful career development through practical assignments
  • Articulate a career goal by conducting research and participating in field experiences
  • Produce job search documents necessary to accomplish career goals

For more information, contact Career Services at (205) 934-4324 or email careerservices@uab.edu.


School and Department Courses:
Most of these courses are only open to freshmen as part of a First Year Experience (FYE).

School/Dept. Course Title

Course
Number

Art FYE in Art & Art History ARS 160
Business Intro. to Business BUS 101
Communication FYE in Comm. CM 160
Engineering Intro. to Engineering EGR 110
For. Languages FYE in Foreign Lang. FLL 160
Health Professions Survey of Health Prof. LCHP 101
Humanities FYE in Hum. HUM 160
Music FYE in Music MU 160
Nursing Student Success in Nursing NUR 100
Sciences Succeeding in the Sciences NS 101
Soc. & Behav. Sciences Intro. to SBS SBS 101
Theatre FYE in Theatre THR 160

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