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Course details for SOSC 113 C , Spring Quarter B344, Last Update: 9/30/2014 10:35:07 AM

Department:  Social Science (SOSC)

Crse No: 113

Ln Item: 2563

Sec: C

Credits: 1

Campus:  Mount Vernon

Dates:  Full quarter

Day, Time, Room, and Instructor Table
DaysTimeRm(s)Instrc(s)
ARRANGED N/A-N/A Nwcta Harrington

Type: Standard

Status: Permission Required

Seats Available: 10 of 10

Description and Prerequisite:

Through lecture, small group discussion, and homework assignments, students will develop skills in job search techniques such as identifying common job information sources, conducting effective interviews for information and for hire, completing applications and developing resumes. Students will learn that job search is really an information search and involves the use of investigation, strategizing, and problem-solving skills. Due to the requirements and intended benefits of this course, it is strongly recommended that it be taken toward the end of oneís certificate or degree program. Consult with your program advisor if your circumstances warrant taking it early in your training.



Class Notes:

1. Permission required.

Required Concurrently Enrolled Course(s):


How to access your CourseCompass/MyLab/Mastering class
The MyLab/Mastering course ID for this class is:

MyLab/Mastering info:
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First time student info: http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com/students/
- System Requirements: http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com/system-requirements/
- Support: http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com/students/support/
Access Code Options
In order to use MyLab/Mastering you will need an Access Code. Please select one of the
following options:
- purchase a new textbook that includes the Access Code from the SVC Bookstore
- purchase a used textbook and purchase the Access Code from the SVC Bookstore or from http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com
- purchase no textbook* and purchase the Access Code only from the SVC Bookstore or from http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com
NOTE: The enhanced electronic version of the textbook is on-line and available via your Access Code. The Access Code is valid for one year and for every class using the same textbook. For example one Access Code will work for Math 97-99 and one Access Code will work for Math 141-142. If you have problems adding a new class in a sequence to your current MyLab/Mastering account please contact your instructor before buying a new Access Code.
If you have no MyLab/Mastering account here are the steps for creating it:
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browse to http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com
- click on Student under Register on the right side of the page.
- enter the course ID (which is above)
- follow the prompt to create your account then follow the prompts and either buy the Access Code on-line or supply the Access Code you already have
If you have a MyLab/Mastering account and are continuing in a sequence using the same text
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browse to http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com
- click Sign in on the right side of the page
- Under MyLab / Mastering New Design, click Enroll in Another Course. Enter your course ID (above)
If you have a MyLab/Mastering account and are taking a class with a different textbook from the previous class
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You will need a new Access Code (see Access Code options above)
- browse to http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com
- click Sign in on the right side of the page
- Under MyLab / Mastering New Design, click Enroll in Another Course. Enter your course ID (above)
- follow the prompts and either buy the Access Code on-line or supply the Access Code you already have