This course provides tools and strategies to prepare students to research, apply for, secure and successfully complete an 8 week non paid, full time Canadian practicum work placement. Students assess themselves, survey the B.C. job market and articulate their competitive advantages. The course supports students in the processes of finding and completing a challenging and rewarding practicum position that is in alignment with his/her personal and professional career goals.
CMNS 305 and 21 credits of 100-level or higher coursework from any of the following subject areas: NABU, BADM, BFIN, IBUS or BMKT
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