SCPS Courses (9 credit hours)
CPST 200 Introduction to Degree Completion
CPST 200 prepares newly admitted SCPS students for success at Loyola. During this course students will map out a plan to graduation, explore their non-traditional credit options, complete writing intensive assignments preparing them for writing in future classes, and receive a thorough exposure to university resources.
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CPST 201 Professional Identity and Development
CPST 201 prepares students for life after Loyola. This course engages students in exploration of their self-perception and the ways in which they are perceived by others, especially the workplace. The course continues to consider both the development of personal goals and consistent feedback for positive change. Students will develop a professional identity profile and define a personal set of goals by managing an online profile of accomplishments and develop a written strategy to support personal goals with measures of progress.
CPST 397 Capstone
CPST 397 satisfies Loyola's Engaged Learning requirement. Students will research a problem within their community, conceptulize solutions and develop a solution as their service-learning project. Within this project, students will synthesize and apply knowledge from prior courses. Course content also includes an analysis of leadership challenges and values-driven leadership.