CAREER Credit Courses
Many courses in our academic catalog meet the criteria for CAREER credit ó for example, professional internships, student teaching, and mentored research activities. In general, such courses already combine substantive academic content with significant career-related experiences and serve as a bridge between workplace expectations and the liberal arts education students receive at Centenary. Career Credit-Course Proposal Form
Current academic courses designated as meeting the CAREER(CA)requirements for credit toward the Trek graduation requirement:
ART 400. Art Independent Internship
BIOL 204. Cell Biology
BUSN 400 | FIN 400 | ECON 400 | ACCT 400. Frost School Internships
COMM 473. Communication Senior Seminar
CSC 400. Computer Science Internship
DANC 449. Dance Pedagogy
EDUC 430S | EDUC 450S | EDUC 440S. Student Teaching
EXSC 223. Intro to Health & Exercise Science
PHYS 400. Student Research (Physics)
PSC 208. Intro to Law
MUS 400. Music Internship
REL 200. Christian Leadership Internship
THEA 483A. The Business of Show Business
Questions to consider when determining if the course proposed has a strong Career component?
- What career experiences will the students undertake and how will this benefit them? Students should gain direct, practical training that is not theoretical but prepares them to make seamless transition from college to their chosen careers.
- How will students practically apply the knowledge they acquire through the coursework? How will the work experiences prepare them for professional careers?
- How will the students reflect on the experienceóby writing a paper, journal, or portfolio, or by participating in discussion groups organized by Career Services? The reflection should offer evidence that the students have analyzed and synthesized the experience.
- How will this experience encourage the students to think critically about the career culture under study and not merely memorize facts?
- What faculty or staff mentor will represent the academic interests of the College and assess whether or not the students have achieved CAREER credit?
- What texts will the students read?
- How will the students be graded? The syllabus must at least require a graded resume appropriate to the student's chosen field.