It’s never too early or too late to begin your career exploration!

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Presented by: Broward College. 9/01/2015. 1. Collaborating Team Members. Mildred Coyne, AVP Career and Technical Education. Renee Law, District Director Career and Technical Education. Joyce Walsh Portillo, AVP Academic Affairs. ID: 756919 Download Presentation

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It’s never too early or too late to begin your career exploration!

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Collaborating Team MembersMildred Coyne, AVP Career and Technical EducationRenee Law, District Director Career and Technical EducationJoyce Walsh Portillo, AVP Academic Affairs

Julia Vattiato, District Director, Curriculum ServicesAugust, 2015

Broward Faculty Welcome Back9/01/20152

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Florida College System

Statewide Common Numbering System (SCNS)

Senate Bill 172028 State/Community Colleges and 12 Universities use the same course numbering/prefixesENC 1101=ENC 1101 in all public institutions (Brilliant!)Exempt and Non-exemptGeneral Education Core Courses9/01/20153

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Quick Facts on Broward:

Located in Fort Lauderdale

67,000+ students (degree-seeking and non-degree seeking including Dual Enrollment and Continuing Education)Three main campuses, one fully online campus, and nine centers in Broward CountyFive international centers (India, Peru, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Ecuador)Most AA transfer students go to Florida Atlantic University (Boca Raton home) or Florida International University (Miami)One AA program within the eight pathways Twelve Baccalaureate programs127 A.S., A.A.S., PSAV, Certificate and Diploma programs9/01/20154

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Career Pathways Development

Aligning the StakeholdersIntentional Pathways

Career Center EngagementMarketingI met with my Career Coach the other day and I had no idea I had so many options for a career in this program!9/01/20155

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Completers, Not Flounderers!

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Self-Advising vs. The Yellow Brick Road

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How Career Pathways is Similar to Kiddie Bowling

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Competent Advising is Critical: Specialists or Generalists?

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What are your goals?

Are you planning to transfer to a four-year degree program?

Are you planning to enter the workforce after earning a degree or technical certificate?Do you need to acquire additional skills to stay current at your place of employment?9/01/201510

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state college, or a state university in order to continue their education and pursue a baccalaureate degree.Career Pathway: BusinessProgram Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GEDAdditional Program Information: The Associate of Arts degree includes 36 credit hours of General Education and an additional 24 credit hours of electives. The elective credit hours should be selected based on the student’s transfer major. Students are encouraged to review the state’s Common Course Prerequisite Manual (www.flvc.org/partner-portal/common-prerequisite-manual) for additional guidance.Location(s): Courses are offered at all college locations, including online. Please consult the course schedule for specific semester locations.

Bachelor Degree Majors Include:at Broward CollegeExceptional Student EducationMiddle Grades General Science Education Secondary Biology EducationMiddle Grades Mathematics Education Secondary Mathematics Education Environmental Science - BiosecurityEnvironmental Science – Physical ScienceSupervision and Management Technology Management Information Technology Supply Chain Management

at a Transfer InstitutionAccounting Advertising Business Economics Finance ManagementHospitality AdministrationLeisure Service Management Public AdministrationReal EstateUrban and Regional Planning

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Computer and Internet Literacy 3

Introduction to Business Principles of Accounting Principles of Macroeconomics

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Introduction to Business 3Principles of Accounting 3Principles of Macroeconomics 3

*The specific English and Math course will depend on the student’s test score.**Registration depends on the student’s test score.- Many courses have specific pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements that must be followed. Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements.If the student attends part-time (less than 12 credits), it is highly recommended that the student complete English and Math in the first term.Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create an educational plan.

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Career Awareness

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Career Center Engagement

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What is the right major? Career?

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Use the catalog to help guide your choices. www.broward.edu/catalog

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