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The resources in this section are for undergraduate and graduate student use. In each resource category, there are handouts outlining best practices, exercises engaging you in career development, and tools linking you to external resources.

Featured Classes

SPH-X 580 Qualitative Research Methods in Public Health

Prof. Dr. Larissa Jennings Mayo-Wilson.
Working on your career plan may seem daunting in the midst of a pandemic, but there are steps you can…

SPH-K199 Careers in Helping Professions

Prof. Susan Simmons
8 weeks | Open to any IU student and is well suited to first and second year students Helping professions…

SPH-K 301 Professional and Career Preparation

Prof. Kim Ecenbarger
8 weeks | Open to students junior and senior- level Whether preparing for graduate school or pursing a full-time position,…

MSCI M300: COVID19 Vaccination Corps

Prof. Dr. Kathy Hiller
Are you interested in pursuing a healthcare-related career? Or interested in helping during the pandemic. Consider the 3-credit elective in…

EDUC-F 203 Exploring Careers in Statistics

Prof. Julie Lorah
EDUC-F 203 is a fun way to earn 1-credit hour during the 2nd 8 weeks of spring 2021. The class is called “Exploring Careers in Statistics,” but don’t…

SPH-K 450: Programming for Age-Associated Medical Conditions

Prof. Kathryn Palano PT, DPT
Class meets 100% Online through Asynchronous instruction This course will provide undergraduate students with an introduction to exercise prescription for…

Minor in Medical Anthropology (15 credit hours)

The Medical Anthropology minor provides a cross-cultural and evolutionary/historical perspective on health; methods training that includes ethnographic, statistical, and laboratory…

Service Hours

M Virtual through Aug. 1
T Virtual through Aug. 1
W Virtual through Aug. 1
TH Virtual through Aug. 1
F Virtual through Aug. 1