Mineral Area College offers courses
to assist students in the career decision making and job search process.
Most students need guidance in making an educated career decision. The Career Planning Office focuses on the career planning process and is dedicated to helping individuals identify their educational and career goals and develop a plan to reach those goals.
GUI1960 Career Planning (1 credit
Career Planning is designed to increase career development awareness by assisting students in choosing a career or college major through interest, ability, and workplace value assessments. The results provide a framework for career and personal decision-making. This course provides an overview of the world of work and through a variety of sources, including computerized career information systems, resource materials and assessments, occupation and employment opportunity research.
GUI1010 First Year Seminar (1 credit hour)
Required of all freshmen with a catalog term/year of fall 2018 pursuing an AA, AGS, or AAT degree. Orients students to college life to make success in college achievable. Designed to increase awareness of resources on campus, teach behavioral expectations of college, and teach skills for academic success, such as note taking, test taking, study skills, time management, decision making, and goal setting.
PAW1060 Prep for Employment (1 credit hour)
A course designed to teach students skills essential to the development of a sound job seeking strategy. The class requires the students to prepare a resume, cover letter, follow-up, and application blank, as well as practice interviewing techniques and learn tips to improve their chances of being successfully employed.
Career Planning Office
Arts & Science Building room 117
PO Box 1000
5270 Flat River Rd.
Park Hills, MO 63601
Office Phone: (573) 518-2193