OLS 199 Individual Study in Occupation and Life Skills • V1-2 Cr.
Students develop a plan with a faculty advisor that includes further education, learning objectives, worksite experiences or activities, and progress and evaluation specific to their career pathway. Prerequisite: OLS 106, 171, 174 and acceptance into the program.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Complete a work related experience that includes a mentor and hands on activities and/or complete an educational course or workshop that relates to personal career pathway
- Complete a project that includes research, interviews, experiences, etc. that is related to career pathway
- Discuss personal strengths and skills that match the chosen career pathway
- List the accomodations or adaptaions that might be needed in the chosen career pathway