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Liberal Studies 338

Mentoring and Development (3 crs)

This course will examine the principles and techniques of effective mentoring, the mentor as a change agent within  the organizational entity and the impact mentoring programs have in organizational settings overall. Students will examine and critically analyze their own mentoring experiences as well as the content of existing programs, and propose recommendations on how to develop or enhance a mentoring culture in a given organization. 

Prerequisites: Concurrent or prior enrollment in Liberal Studies 230 or department consent; and Communication 111.

 
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