PORTFOLIO & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CREDIT HOURS, 3FALL 2010MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY, 09.00-09.50AMBEADLE HALL, ROOM 113Dr. Stacey Berry | Beadle Hall 111 | 605.256.5269 | firstname.lastname@example.org | https://d2l.sdbor.edu/Office Hours MWF, 08.00-09.00A, 10.00-11.00ATR, 11.00A-01.00P
and by appointment
Dakota State University: 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog
, 233.MCOM PORTFOLIO AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
Planning, creation, and production of portfolios and other professional materials.
This class is designed to help students assess their own skills and career interests, compile personaldocuments, develop an effective and targeted portfolio, and enhance job interviewing skills. A
,for our purposes, is a coherent set of materials, including work samples and reflective commentary onthem, compiled by an individual to represent his or her skills, training, and work experience.
Prerequisites and Technology Skills
This class has no specific prerequisites. As part of the 300-level sequence, the expectation is thatstudents have begun to create a mature body of work from which to draw on for the creation of theirportfolio. The course might be better suited to those students nearing the completion of their degreeprograms; however, senior status is not required.Students must have a D2L account and access to a computer, a web browser, and web authoring andmultimedia software to use in the creation of the portfolio. All documents and back-up copies of assignments are the responsibility of the student.
Your Career: How to Make It Happen, 7E,
by Julie Griffin Levitt & Lauri Harwood, Thomson South-Western ; ISBN: 0-538-730099-4; (2010)
Additional readings, videos, and handouts on D2L and may be added as necessary.