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UNIVERSITY OF SIALKOT

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES


Course Outline

Course Name: Career Management


Course Code: HRM-4001
Credit Hours: 3

Course Aims

The overarching goal of this course is to help you develop a deeper understanding of theory and
research in the area of career development and planning and to demonstrate how such knowledge
is pertinent for the effective management of your own career. The course operates under the
assumption that an in-depth understanding of career issues will help you become a successful
employee and/or leader, and will assist you with your long-term career goals and aspirations.

Student Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, you should be able to:

 Develop skills and resources that can be utilized in managing your own careers, in
general, and preparing you for the job search process, in particular.
 Develop team work skills in conceptualizing, implementing, and completing a project.
 Gain awareness and insights about your strengths and growth areas and develop practical
 Strategies how this information can be applied in managing your own career
development.
 Determine a career path that best suits your values, interests, personality, and skills.
 Identify factors influencing employees and their careers.
 Compare and contrast the various theories of career choice and development.
 Develop an in-depth understanding of theory and research in the area of career
development
Pre-requisite:
Knowledge of Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior

Credit Hours:
3+0

Recommended Book:
1. Career Management 3rd edition

By Jefferey H. Greenhaus

Reference Book:
1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
2. The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness

By Stephen R. Covey

Course Contents:
See on next page
S. # COURSE CONTENTS REFERENCES

Part I:
1 Ch # 1
Introduction to the study of the career

2 Model of Career Management Ch # 2

Applications of the career management model: Ch # 3


3, 4
A guide to Career exploration

Applications of the career management model: Ch # 4


5
Goals, Strategies and Appraisal

Part II: Stages of Career Development


6
Career Development: An Overview Ch # 5

7 Mid Term Examination

08 Occupational Choice: Preparation for work Ch # 6

9 Organizational Entry Ch # 7

10 Early Career: Establishment and Achievement Ch # 8

11 Middle and Late Career Issues Ch # 9

Part III: Contemporary Issues in Career Management


12 Ch # 10
Job Stress

13,14 Intersection of Work And Family Roles Ch # 11

15 Management Diversity Ch # 12

16 Final Term Examination