Employability in the Curriculum

digiacomo30gmail-com · September 1, 2020

As tuition expenses continue to rise at colleges and universities, many students are looking for degrees and credentials that can provide the practical knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their careers. Yet the skills gap between what employers need and what job candidates have is widening. In order to ensure graduates have the knowledge and skills that are needed in today’s workforce, colleges and universities must understand what employers are looking for and integrate job-relevant competencies into the curriculum. This course provides information about where to find employability information as well as how to ensure that the knowledge and abilities employers are seeking are incorporated into the curriculum.



This course will take you approximately 7 hours to complete. A learner who explores the material in more depth will take approximately 9 hours and a learner who skims the course content will take 4 hours.

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  • 4 Modules
  • 14 Topics
  • 15 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate
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Qaspir Foundation Research Survey for Faculty Preparedness to Facilitate Soft Skills©

A 17 question survey.

Please move through questions 1-16 quickly and mark your initial feeling about how you would rate yourself. A final question allows for free form response.

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‘First Generation’ - A formal definition of a first-generation college student is a student whose parent(s) did not complete a four-year college or university degree and who therefore has no immediate family role model for being a college student.
If each of the following were added as an outcome you were supposed to help your students achieve in each of the classes you teach, how well prepared do you feel you are right now to help students reach the indicated outcome?
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