BGS 498 - Personal and Professional Development
This capstone course satisfies the University Core Curriculum’s Category D: Synthesis for students pursuing the Bachelor of General Studies. Others may enroll for elective credit. This course is an interdisciplinary study of adult human development and self. Theories of psychosocial, cognitive, moral, and faith development are examined and compared with the student’s personal history and career development in the form of a professional portfolio and a thematic autobiography. The assigned Applied Research Project draws from the student’s critical thinking and information processing skills in identifying a contemporary problem in an organization, gathering pertinent information for analysis, and choosing an appropriate solution. Meets The University Core Curriculum D1: Synthesis category. Prerequisite(s): PSY 201 , senior standing, and consent of instructor.
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