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Achieving Career Excellence (ACE)

Required Non-Credit Courses

Students will be required to register for a 0 credit hour course each semester to ensure completion of the program as a requirement of the B.B.A. degree in the Graham School of Management.

Courses

ACE 102: Achieving Career Excellence I: Self-Assessment and Awareness
Course Description: This course provides an introduction to business careers and ethics. Students will identify their skills, interests and values and how they relate to careers and work environments.

ACE 103: Achieving Career Excellence I: Self-Assessment and Awareness 
Course Description: This course provides an introduction to business careers and ethics. Students will identify their skills, interests and values and how they relate to careers and work environments.

ACE 202: Achieving Career Excellence II: Preparing for Business Life 
Course Description: This course focuses on career and market exploration, job search skills, resume design and writing, business practices and cooperative education opportunities.

ACE 203: Achieving Career Excellence II: Preparing for Business Life 
Course Description: This course focuses on career and market exploration, job search skills, resume design and writing, business practices and cooperative education opportunities.

ACE 302: Achieving Career Excellence III: Planning your Career Search
Course Description: This course centers on job search resources and professional associations, interviewing, and networking. Required for all business juniors.

ACE 303: Achieving Career Excellence III: Planning your Career Search
Course Description: This course centers on job search resources and professional associations, interviewing and networking.

ACE 402: Achieving Career Excellence IV: Beginning your Career 
Course Description: This course explores job placement opportunities, evaluating a job offer, professional associations, and community service.

ACE 403: Achieving Career Excellence IV: Beginning your Career
Course Description: This course explores job placement opportunities, evaluating a job offer, professional associations and community service.