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Academic Planning Overview

Academic Planning Overview

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Management 301: Management Career Lectures
ACADEMIC PLANNING OVERVIEWName: Haotian LiDate: 10/14/2012ACADEMIC GENERAL PROFILEDegree(s) and Major(s) being earned:
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management
Minor(s):
Computer Science
Concentration(s):
Operation and Supply chain management
Certification(s):CAREER PROFILEInternship/Full-Time Positions being considered (you can list more than one title as youmay have numerous positions that interest you right now):
Supply Chain management internship
Operation management internship
Industrial Engineering related internship
Fields or Industries being considered:
Supply Chain
Operations
Logistics
EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & CREDENTIALS
 
Key to career success is acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills and credentials to advance in your chosen fieldor discipline. This exercise guides you through a process of examining your academic experience up to this pointin time and forecasting what future academic experiences you will need to consider as you develop professionally.
PART ONE: Past/Current Coursework and Academic Experiences
All of your courses potentially have provided a solid foundation for your educational development. However, onthe table below, list key courses (descriptive names not numerical listings such as MGMT 301) that are relevant tothe career position/field/industry you seek. These courses may have provided you with specific knowledge,experiences or skills that would be useful for you as a professional. These courses may come from your majors,minors, concentrations, as well as other courses such as electives or certification programs. Add more rows or subtract rows as needed.
COURSESKNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCES, or SKILLS GAINED
MGMT200Knowledge skills of financial accountingMGMT201Get basic knowledge of managerial accountingMGMT305Can handle fundamental business statisticsCS180Learn C language and can do C related programmingCS252Get skills of software programmingOBHR330Basic skills and information about how to be more efficiency in an organizationIn addition to coursework, you may have joined specific academic (or professional) associations, clubs or projectgroups. List any that would be key to your professional development. Add more rows or subtract rows as needed.
ASSOCIATIONS,CLUBS or PROJECTSKNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCES, or SKILLS GAINED
Lambda Phi EpsilonGain social communication skills and hold social eventsGlobal China ConnectionGet experience of host professional events to connect Chinese and American cultureList any additional experiences that have impacted your professional development while attending Purdue. Thismight include Study Abroad, Volunteerism, Social Clubs, Internships, Part-Time Work, etc. You do not need tore-state your resume but if there is something specific to note, put it in the table below.
EXPERIENCESKNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCES, or SKILLS GAINED
DCMME Fall OperationsConference volunteer
Get to know people from those companies that related to supply chain managementAmbassador of ISSHelp international students solve their daily questions or problems to create socialresponsibility.
PART TWO: Future Coursework, Certifications, Associations, Experiences
 
As you look at your future, consider and respond to the questions below:
What other courses will you need to complete in order to earn your degree (if you are not graduating thissemester!)?
Complete the information below and make sure you follow-up with your Academic Advisor with anyquestions/concerns/issues that you may have. Remember, courses may not always be offered when you expectthem to be (i.e. a course may need to be moved to another semester). This is for PLANNING purposes only tohelp you be aware of what you need to complete your degree in a timely manner.
Make sure you consult MyPurdue for up-to-datecourse information!
Term Year: Spring 2013Term Year: Fall 2013
SubjectNumberCategorySubjectNumberCategoryENGL420Required MGMT490ConcentrationMGMT361RequiredMGMT452ConcentrationMGMT382RequiredMGMT561ConcentrationMGMT451RequiredMGMT562ConcentrationOBHR428RequiredMGMT564ConcentrationMGMT462RequiredMGMT590ConcentrationInternationalElectiveRequired
Term Year:Term Year:
SubjectNumberCategorySubjectNumberCategory 
Are there certain electives, concentrations, or minors that you should consider taking because they wouldprovide you with additional knowledge, skills and experiences for your field of interest?
If so, add them intoyour above planning. If you cannot fit them into your degree and graduate by your targeted goal date, would youconsider staying for an additional semester? Consult with your Academic Advisor to make sure you correctly areinterpreting your degree information.
COURSE “CATEGORY” GUIDE
Required
Minor/Concentration
Elective (World History, Literature, Fine Arts,International, Professional, or Free)CREDIT HOUR REVIEW
Transfer/AP Credits12Total Completed Credits 108Current Semester Credits 19Subtract any retakes -3Credit Hours for Remaining Semesters 16Subtract any no credit courses-Total Credit Hours 124Required Credit Hours for Degree 126
 The concentrations that list above are all useful knowledge and skills for my field of interest.

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