MLGN 200: Introduction to Calling and Career
MLGN 200 focuses on building behaviors and skills necessary to discern, identify, explore and prepare for a career related to a student’s calling and choice of academic major. The course includes an introduction to basic career practices such as networking, resume preparation, etiquette training, and job search practices. Attention is given to vocational discernment by means of guest speakers and small group meetings to complement and strengthen the focus on vocation throughout the course. MLGN 200 meets for eight sessions with a required etiquette dinner and graduate school/career fair held outside the scheduled class meeting time. The class is required of all students during their sophomore year. Transfer students below the junior level (58 credit hours) are not exempt unless they transfer in with a comparable credit. Offered every term. One-half semester hour.