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Spring 2018
Jun 18, 2019
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UNXD 190 - Personal Narrative & Prof Disc
 Connected to the university’s Jesuit value of Contemplation in Action and based on the Cognitive Information Processing model, this course engages students first in self-reflection and exploration. By developing and articulating self-knowledge students can create a narrative related to their values, skills, interests, and personality. Once this narrative is formed, students learn how to share their story verbally, in writing, and how this connects to vocational options and career-specific strategies such as writing resumes, interviewing, and networking. This course allows students to think critically about how identity
connects with life during and after Georgetown in a way that will equip them for transitions as a student, a young alumnus, and beyond. The course is geared toward sophomores.  

1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Seminar

Univ Wide cross disc courses Department

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