This course is designed to meet the needs of graduate students from all degree programs. It will explore a variety of current issues and challenges related to career management from both the individual and organizational perspectives. The course will be structured around the latest fourth edition of the classic career management textbook by Greenhaus, Callanan, and Godshalk (2009). The course will blend theory and practice through extensive use of case studies to develop two sets of skills in students: (1) skills in personal career management, and (2) skills in developing and management the careers of subordinates in the workplace, in order to promote overall organizational success. The course will cover the latest trends in the business world as well as wider economic and global environmental influences on career decisions.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.