2018-2019 Catalog

CALP - Career and Life Planning Courses

CALP 93 Career Strategies

Focusing on the skills necessary for effective career and life planning this course will assist students in assessing their own values, interests, skills and academic goals in order to make career choices. Specific topics will include assessment, informational interviews, resume and cover letter writing, and interview preparation.

Credits
1

CALP 95 Applications of Learning Theory

This course is designed to give students opportunities to reflect on prior academic strategies; utilize assessment tools to understand academic strengths and weaknesses; understand personal learning styles; create academic goals and an individual plan for success; and utilize campus resources.

Credits
3

CALP 97 Connections Project Lab

Experiential course required for first year students. Designed to support students' transition into the university with a focus on strengthening connections with members of the HNU community; teaching and/or enhancing strategies for academic and personal success; developing familiarity with campus resources; and encouraging intellectual engagement and discussion around themes of leadership, service, and social justice.

Credits
1

CALP 191 Educational Leadership: Theory and Practice

This course provides a foundation in theories of leadership, transition, and student development and is a requirement for students interested in participating as Peer Mentors, Resident Assistants, or Orientation Interns. Open to any student, this course is highly recommended for students in other leadership roles, including members of ASHNU, Orientation Team, and the Hawk Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (HSAAC). Those who are selected to serve as Peer Mentors will have the opportunity to apply what they have learned in CALP 191 in a practicum setting in CALP 196.

Credits
1

CALP 193 Career Strategies

Focusing on the skills necessary for effective career and life planning this course will assist students in assessing their own values, interests, skills and academic goals in order to make career choices. Specific topics will include assessment, informational interviews, resume and cover letter writing, and interview preparation.

Credits
1

CALP 195 Mother Marie Rose Seminar in Social Justice

This seminar is a corequisite for participation in community service trips such as the spring break trip to Tutwiler, Mississippi. May be repeated for credit with instructor's permission. Additional fees are required for courses including travel. Please consult with Director, Center for Social Justice and Civic Engagement.

Credits
1, Credit/No Credit

CALP 196 Leadership Development Internship

Through an internship in leadership and mentoring with the Connections Project FYE program, New Student Orientation, or other approved student leadership position, students will have the opportunity to explore their leadership style while gaining practical work experience through facilitating groups, mentoring students, and coordinating academic and social events. This course may be repeated once for credit.

Credits
1-3, Credit/No Credit

Prerequisites

CALP 191 or by permission of Dean for Student Development and Engagement.