WSBT - Walker School


2019-2020 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES CATALOG

Effective 1 June 2019 through 31 May 2020

Please see the Undergraduate Catalog Archives for PDF versions of past catalogs.


Course Descriptions

Global Citizenship Program
Knowledge Areas
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ARTS Arts Appreciation
GLBL Global Understanding
PNW Physical & Natural World
QL Quantitative Literacy
ROC Roots of Cultures
SSHB Social Systems & Human Behavior
Global Citizenship Program
Skill Areas
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CRI Critical Thinking
ETH Ethical Reasoning
INTC Intercultural Competence
OCOM Oral Communication
WCOM Written Communication
** Course fulfills two skill areas

 

WSBT 2000 Career Exploration (1)

This course is the first of three courses designed to support student professional success. Students will explore career options and gain an understanding of what skills, interests and experiences are required in industries and career fields that they are interested in pursuing. Interactions with professional will provide additional guidance and exposure to the business environment. Career and personal assessments will be used to help students identify and communicate individual interests and personal strengths. Program Fee: $22.

WSBT 2300 Personal Branding (1)

This course is the second of a three course series designed to help students prepare for professional success upon graduation. In this course, students will develop and refine a personal brand and translate it effectively across multiple professional communication platforms. Students will develop professional etiquette and learn to cultivate professional relationships. Prerequisite: WSBT 2000.

WSBT 2700 Career Management Strategies (1)

This course is the third of a three course series designed to help students prepare for professional success upon graduation. In this course, students will translate a personal brand effectively across a career toolkit that will include a résumé or cv, cover letter, elevator pitch, social media and other career related communications. Students will develop interviewing skills. Students will explore conditions and trends in the global job market and establish a framework for career management and professional development resulting in an individual career search strategy. Prerequisite: WSBT 2000.