Vocational Discernment (VOC DSCRN) Courses
Many faculty members have integrated ideas of vocational discernment, calling, and purpose into their courses. Vocation can be found throughout every academic discipline. VOC DSCRN Courses are found in various divisions and can fulfill the Guidebook activity “Take a Vocational Discernment Course”.
The following courses have vocational discernment activities integrated throughout the course. For more information regarding the course, visit the Registrar’s Office page for the Schedule of Classes and the Bulletin of Information.
- BUS210: Business Communication (with N. Larriviere)
- CMM490: Communications Arts/Graphic Design Internship
- ENG241: Intro to Fiction (with Litwiller)
- ENG243: Intro to Nonfiction (with Williams
- EDU131: Human Development
- SAS201: Major & Career Exploration
- NUR100: Intro to Professional Nursing
- NUR201: Normal & Therapeutic Nutrition
- NUR202: Med Math
- PHL295: Discovering Vocation (with Dodsworth
- PHL295: Philosophy as a Way of Life (with Massey)
- THL250: The Good Life: Christian Ethics
Cohesive Undergraduate Experience
Pathways to Purpose works in tandem with the Cohesive Undergraduate Experience (CUE) to support student development through their time in college. Students are introduced to concepts of vocation and purpose in LEAP, are invited to serve their community and use their talents and gifts with CLIMB, and have an opportunity to reflect on how their experiences shape who they want to be after college in REACH. For more information about each step of the CUE, please visit the Cohesive Undergraduate Experience website.