Minor in Vocational Development
The minor in vocational development is for students who seek to explore and discern vocational calling for themselves and others while pursuing a chosen major.
|LDRS 322||Leadership Strengths and Skills||3|
|LDRS 303||Career and Life Planning||3|
|LDRS 311||Leadership Values and Virtues||3|
|VOC 200||Exploring Vocation 1||3|
|VOC 450||Interdisciplinary Internship 2||3|
|VOC 499||Interdisciplinary Capstone||3|
Meets the General Education Civic Knowledge and Engagement requirement.
Meets the General Education Integrative and Applied Learning requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Demonstrate a growing understanding of how God has uniquely created her or him in relation to personal gifts and strengths.
- Explain a commitment to and a personal plan for becoming a person of virtuous character.
- Articulate how God is at work in their chosen field and how s/he can contribute to that work.
- Outline a personal career plan with clear timelines and action steps.
- Skillfully utilize resources, competencies, and skills to help others understand and pursue a vocational calling.