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Professional Skills Class

Prepare to be professional

Know your strengths. Self-promote.

It's what you'll need to do after completing your undergraduate degree whether looking for a job or a grad school. And preparing application materials for that search can be a lot, especially if you've never done it before. Like dozens of students each semester, you might benefit from this one-credit course where activities and assignments walk you through application materials, professional skills, networking—all the items you'll need to be prepare for success.

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About the Professional Skills Course

Learn professionalism and prepare for success post-graduation! Register for Professional Skills for Your Career (BUS ADM 210) next semester. In this one-credit course, students learn how to  develop important professional skills, including: creating a successful resume; effective professional correspondence; appropriate business phone and email etiquette; developing interview and presentation skills; and networking. This course is offered by Career Services through Business Administration at UW-Green Bay.

Offered in both the fall and spring semesters, the course is open to all majors. Prerequisite: Sophomore status.

If you have any questions, or need additional information, please contact Career Services. 

Earn a Digital Badge

UW-Green Bay Digital Badges provide a way to tell employers about your experiences that might not have a spot on a resume or official transcript. Badges give you convenient, powerful ways to demonstrate learning you've gained in a meaningful way that can be transferred to other places.

Professionalism Badge

Professionalism Digital Badge

The Professionalism Digital Badge is awarded to UW-Green Bay students who complete the course, Professional Skills for Your Career (Bus Admin 210) achieving 85% or higher.

A Digital Badge is a validation of an accomplishment, skill set, or competency that a learner has earned. Digital Badges can be placed on a digital platform such as LinkedIn, to show employers you have the critical capabilities and competencies your role, or the role you seek, requires.

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If you have questions, or need additional information, please contact Career Services.

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