EXP 1401 and EXP 1402
EXP 1401 (Career Exploration)
This course is designed for students who are exploring majors and career paths. Students will be provided with opportunities to deepen self-understanding, explore academic and career options, and formulate career goals. Particular emphasis is placed on developing awareness and will complete self-assessments to understand personality, interests, and values. Students will learn about majors at HPU and how to research careers. This course is restricted to undergraduate students and is graded Pass/Fail. One credit.
EXP 1402 (Field Experience)
In this course, students can complete a credit-bearing field experience (internship) to gain an awareness of self in a professional environment. Students will explore a career that interests them through completion of 40 – 80 hours at a field experience site. Students planning to complete a credit-bearing field experience must plan their schedules carefully to ensure an adequate block of time during the spring, summer, or fall semester. Students planning to complete a credit-bearing field experience during the summer must register for the Summer Online Summer Session of summer school and are charged accordingly. To enroll in the course, students must complete the credit-bearing field experience application found on the Internship for Credit page. This course is restricted to undergraduate students who have completed at least 16 credits at the start of the term and is graded Pass/Fail. One or Two credits.