Vocational Development Minor

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.

Program Learning Goals

Successful graduates of the minor in vocational development will:

  1. Demonstrate a growing understanding of how God has uniquely created her or him in relation to personal gifts and strengths.
  2. Explain a commitment to and a personal plan for becoming a person of virtuous character.
  3. Articulate how God is at work in their chosen field and how s/he can contribute to that work.
  4. Outline a personal career plan with clear timelines and action steps.
  5. Skillfully utilize resources, competencies, and skills to help others understand and pursue a vocational calling.

Program Requirements

LDRS 322Leadership Strengths and Skills3
LDRS 303Career and Life Planning3
LDRS 311Leadership Values and Virtues3
VOC 200Exploring Vocation 13
VOC 450Interdisciplinary Internship 23
VOC 499Interdisciplinary Capstone3
Total Units18