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Management 301: Management Career Lectures

ACADEMIC PLANNING OVERVIEW

Name:

Shuang Liang

Date: 10/23/2012

ACADEMIC GENERAL PROFILE Degree(s) and Major(s) being earned:


Bachelor of Science Major: Accounting Economics Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management Other Degree/Major: N/A Management

Minor(s): None Concentration(s): Economics Certification(s): None

CAREER PROFILE Internship/Full-Time Positions being considered (you can list more than one title as you may have numerous positions that interest you right now): Sales & Management Internship Marketing Intern Human Resources Officer Program Manager Account Administrator

Fields or Industries being considered: Manufacturing Health Care and Social Assistance Finance and Insurance Management of Companies and Enterprises

EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & CREDENTIALS


Key to career success is acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills and credentials to advance in your chosen field or discipline. This exercise guides you through a process of examining your academic experience up to this point in 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, on the table below, list key courses (descriptive names not numerical listings such as MGMT 301) that are relevant to the 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. COURSES Management Career Lectures Management Science Financial Management Operations Management Marketing Management Human Resources Management Managerial Economics KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCES, or SKILLS GAINED I have known how to make preparations and plan for my future career. I have learned the essence of management, and how to manage effectively and efficiently. I have gained a lot about financial knowledge. I have developed an ability to design, improve and manage processes. I have gained the skills of analyzing a business environment and making subsequent decisions. I have learned more about the management of an organizations workforce, or human resources I have learned how to apply economic concepts and economic analysis to the problems of formulating rational managerial decision.

In addition to coursework, you may have joined specific academic (or professional) associations, clubs or project groups. List any that would be key to your professional development. Add more rows or subtract rows as needed. ASSOCIATIONS, CLUBS or PROJECTS
Resume Workshop--Purdue OWL

KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCES, or SKILLS GAINED I have learned how to create an effective resume, and do PowerPoint slide presentation. I have made new friends and developed leadership skills

Active Student Organizations

List any additional experiences that have impacted your professional development while attending Purdue. This might include Study Abroad, Volunteerism, Social Clubs, Internships, Part-Time Work, etc. You do not need to re-state your resume but if there is something specific to note, put it in the table below. EXPERIENCES As the Human Resources Officer in Jin Xiangwan KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCES, or SKILLS GAINED I have learned practical knowledge about human resources management and can deal with urgent matter appropriately.

Thailand Restaurant As theFront Desk Manager in Continental Resources Import and Export CO. Ltd

I have gained leadership and teamwork skills.

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 this semester!)? Complete the information below and make sure you follow-up with your Academic Advisor with any questions/concerns/issues that you may have. Remember, courses may not always be offered when you expect them to be (i.e. a course may need to be moved to another semester). This is for PLANNING purposes only to help you be aware of what you need to complete your degree in a timely manner.
COURSE CATEGORY GUIDE Required Minor/Concentration Elective (World History, Literature, Fine Arts, International, Professional, or Free) CREDIT HOUR REVIEW

Make sure you consult MyPurdue for up-to-date course information!


Term Year: Fall 2010

Transfer/AP Credits Total Completed Credits Current Semester Credits Subtract any retakes Credit Hours for Remaining Semesters Subtract any no credit courses Total Credit Hours Required Credit Hours for Degree
Term Year: Spring 2011

3 94 19 12 101 0 101 124

Subject CHM ECON

Number 111 251

Category General Chemistry Microeconomics

Subject COM CS

Number 114 235

Category Fundament Of Sp eech Intro Organizatnl Comp Macroeconomics Essentials OF Nut rition Intro Analysis Intro Accounting

MA MGMT SOC

159 100 100

Precalculus Management Lect ures Intro Sociology

ECON FN MA

252 303 223

MGMT

200

Term Year: Summer 2011

Term Year: Fall 2011

Subject ENGL MA

Number 106 224

Category First-YearComposition Intro Analysis

Subject ECON ENGL MGMT MUS OBHR STAT

Numbe r 340 420 354 250 330 225

Category Intrm Microecon T hry Business Writing Legal Found Busine ss Music Appreciation Intro To Org Behav ior Intro Probability M dls

Term Year: Spring 2012

Term Year: Summer 2012

Subject CHNS ECON HIST MGMT MGMT

Number 341 419 104 201 382

Category Chinese Lit Managerial Econo mics Intro To Modern World Mgmt Accounting Mgmt &Information System

Subject AD MGMT MGMT MGMT SOC

Number 255 200 201 305 100

Category Art Appreciation Intro Accounting MGMT Accounting Business Statistics Intro Sociology

Term Year: Fall 2012

Term Year: Spring 2013

Subject MGMT MGMT

Number 301 306

Category Management Care er Lect Management Scien ce Financial Mgmt Marketing Mgmt Operations Manag ement Human Resources Mgmt

Subject MGMT ECON

Number 451 352

Category Strategic Management Intermed Macroecon Game Theory International Trade

MGMT MGMT MGMT OBHR

310 324 361 428

ECON ECON

451 370

Are there certain electives, concentrations, or minors that you should consider taking because they would provide you with additional knowledge, skills and experiences for your field of interest? If so, add them into your above planning. If you cannot fit them into your degree and graduate by your targeted goal date, would you consider staying for an additional semester? Consult with your Academic Advisor to make sure you correctly are interpreting your degree information. I will take another four subjects next semester. They are Strategic Management, Intermed Macroeconomics, Game Theory and International Trade, which are helpful for my future career.

What certification programs and professional association would be important for you to obtain and join to enhance your professionalism?

PMI certification would be important for me to enhance my professionalism. PMI offers a comprehensive certification program for project practitioners of all education and skill levels. I will study hard to obtain Program Management Professional and Project Management Professional.

To advance in your field, will you need to obtain an advanced degree and when would be the best time to pursue that (directly after earning your undergraduate degree or after you gain professional experience in your field)?
Yes, I need to obtain an advanced degree. I would pursue that after I gain professional experience in management. Only after working in the field of management, can I know my shortcomings. Then I will pursue an advanced degree to improve myself.

FINAL STEP: Once you have completed this review, please upload this document into your Passport Account within the Academic Planning Challenge. This review is due in Passport by October 30th.