Career Courses

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Whether you are exploring your interests, starting an internship, or looking to learn more about certain industries like business and healthcare, Hiatt offers a number of career courses to support your career development in these areas. 

Internship Seminar - INT 89

Gain real-world experience through an internship. This two-credit course provides the opportunity to reflect on and present your knowledge and work to the Brandeis community. In fall 202,0 internships can be in-person or virtual.

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Enroll by September 9, 2020
This course will be held virtually to support all students. 
Semesters taught: fall and spring


Work, Career & Life - HWL 15

Learn how to navigate your career interests, explore decision making, learn strategies for effective planning and ways to communicate your own career story. If you are unsure of what you’re interested in or where you want to go next, this is the course for you. 

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Enroll by October 29, 2020
Non-credit course (Counts as one-half activity course toward the physical education requirement. Fulfills one Life Skills module for the Health, Wellness and Life Skills requirement.)
Semesters taught: fall and spring


Exploring Careers in Health Care - HWL 25

Healthcare describes an ever-growing industry with careers including medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, nutrition, health data, physical therapy and many others. This interactive course will help you explore the healthcare field and provide your in-depth resources to get started. Intended for first- and second-year undergraduates.

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Enroll by October 29, 2020
Non-credit course (Counts as one-half activity course toward the physical education requirement. Fulfills one Life Skills module for the Health, Wellness and Life Skills requirement.)
Semesters taught: fall and spring


Exploring Business Careers - HWL 51

First and second-year students explore careers in business in this active module covering assessment of skills, career research, resources, networking, recruiting and application materials specific to the business industry. Areas of business covered include advertising, business operations, consulting, finance, marketing, rotational programs, sales and supply chain logistics.

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Enroll by October 29, 2020
Non-credit course (Counts as one-half activity course toward the physical education requirement. Fulfills one Life Skills module for the Health, Wellness and Life Skills requirement.)
Semesters taught: fall and sprin
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