Academic Support Courses
Specifically Designed to Meet Your Learning Needs
You can enroll in some courses that are not affiliated with specific academic programs or disciplines. Rather, they are designed to meet various institutional requirements as well as help you succeed.
Academic Success Skills: HUP 110
Academic Success Skills is an introductory course that fits well within the General Education Program (GEP) at Quincy University. The GEP’s mission is as follows: “Students integrate knowledge provided by a liberal arts curriculum in order to prepare for lives lived with wisdom.” Students who are identified by the Admissions Office as needing extra support to succeed at QU are required to enroll.
Career Development Skills
CDE 110 – Career Development
Credit Hours: 2
The course is designed to enhance those skills which are necessary for developing and implementing career choices and changes. An experiential approach based upon the studies of human motivation and need. Theoretical and experimental knowledge integrated and interpreted through objective interest and personality inventories. Each participant will receive individual evaluation and consultation. Graded A/F.
CDE 120 – Career Planning
Credit Hours: 2
This course is designed to enhance skills necessary in conducting a successful job search. Topics covered include resume writing, networking, interviewing and job search strategies. Grades will be determined based on class participation and written assignments. Students who have taken Career Development may still enroll in Career Planning. Graded A/F.